Translator, & Document Preparer
Ms. Anna Esperanza is a true citizen of the world. Of Polish decent, Anna was born in Mexico to a family of musicians who frequently traveled abroad for work. After a time in Mexico, Ms. Esperanza moved to Italy where she lived until she was 6 years old at which time she moved to Spain. Anna remained in Spain until she moved to Poland, the country of her citizenship, to attend high school.
Ms. Esperanza has traveled extensively, both as a child and as an adult, experiencing a variety of cultures, unique customs, and various idiosyncrasies of the many wonderful nations she has had the privilege to live in and visit.
Anna, like her family, is a skilled musician, having trained in piano, guitar, and opera. After her time training as a musician, Ms. Esperanza began training to offer her extensive language skills to others, becoming certified in Spanish and English translation. Anna offers translation services in a variety of languages upon request, including Italian and Polish.
In 2008, Ms. Esperanza moved to Colorado and has gained experience in translating for clients of diverse backgrounds from various countries. Her translation services include oral translation in a variety of contexts including attorney-client meetings, and written translation of documents.
In 2017, Anna trained as a legal document preparer and now offers document preparation in a variety of languages including court documents for legal separation, divorce, child custody, child support, post decree enforcement actions, immigration applications, and more.
Herself having needed legal assistance in the past, Anna is a competent and compassionate person who shares the unique goals of Riveter Law. She has dedicated her career to ensuring that those who are in a position of disadvantage, due to a language barrier, financial insecurity, or other adversities, are able to access the justice system, have a full understanding of what is often a foreign legal system, and are able to fully and accurately express themselves and accomplish their legal goals.