Why Choose Fite Law?
About Carleigh Fite
A native of Oklahoma, Carleigh served as a judicial clerk for the District and Supreme Courts of Oklahoma before moving to Colorado to enjoy the great outdoors. Prior to becoming the Legal Services Director at a non-profit in Colorado Springs where she primarily served victims of domestic violence, she practiced Federal Indian Law and worked as a local prosecutor.
Carleigh’s experience has made her a passionate advocate for survivors of domestic violence. Domestic violence is a complicated legal topic, and Carleigh focuses largely on supporting survivors in court along their journey toward healing.
Although most of Carleigh’s clients are adults, she also serves as a Guardian ad Litem (“GAL”). She is appointed by the court in dependency and neglect cases to serve the best interests of abused and neglected children. Advocating for the health, safety, and well-being of children is critical, and Carleigh is proud to serve our community in this role.
Professional Memberships and Affiliations
University of Oklahoma College of Law
Juris Doctor, with Certificate of Achievement in American Indian Law
University of Oklahoma Graduate College
Master of Arts, Native American Studies
Southern Methodist University
Bachelor of Science, Economics, with Honors in Liberal Arts;
Minor, Environmental Earth Science