Brooke Shafranek


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Brooke Shafranek was raised in Islip, New York and attended North Carolina State University, where she received her bachelor’s in English and graduated as valedictorian of her graduating class. After college, Brooke relocated to Orlando where she worked for the Walt Disney Company handling pre-litigation matters. She then attended law school at the University of Florida, where she received several awards, honors and scholarships. Brooke later moved to the Denver area, where she gained experience in litigation prior to joining Altitude Community Law. When not practicing law, Brooke is enjoying live music at one of Colorado’s iconic venues or visiting new places to itch her travel bug!

Recent Publications by Brooke Shafranek

Community associations have been scratching their heads as to the difference between service animals and emotional support animals. Federal law provides for the definition of service animals, but there is very little guidance when it comes to emotional support animals. This can be problematic for associations who may unknowingly be implementing discriminatory practices.    DefinitionGoGo to Resource
Among the proposed legislation for 2024 includes two dueling bills, HB24-1152 and SB24-154 which focus on Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU). An ADU is a secondary dwelling unit with a complete independent living space for one or more persons. ADUs are limited to two (2) bedrooms, a kitchen, sleeping area, and full bathroom facilities. ADUs mayGoGo to Resource
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