Our Attorneys At Barney & Graham, LLC
Brooke M. Barney is a Partner with Barney & Graham, LLC. Brooke received a dual B.A. Degree in Political Science and International Studies from the University of Wyoming in 2004 and graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2007. Brooke has been assisting clients for over a decade through both her bankruptcy and family law practice. She has helped hundreds of families obtain relief from their overwhelming debt and get a fresh start through bankruptcy. Brooke has also represented clients in a vast array of family law matters including divorce, annulment, legal separation, child custody dispute, grandparent visitation, contested adoptions, child support establishment/modification as well as post-decree litigation. In addition to her bankruptcy and family law practice, Brooke has received 40 hours of formal mediation training and offers mediation services for family law disputes, employee/employer conflicts, private sector organizations, which include family businesses. Brooke also advocates for children’s best interests as a Guardian ad Litem in juvenile actions for the Wyoming Guardian Ad Litem Program.
Brooke is currently serving as President-Elect of the Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights Section of the Wyoming State Bar and is a past President of the Sheridan County Bar Association. She been recognized in her field by being awarded the 2007 Medal of Excellence in Bankruptcy by the American Bankruptcy Institute. Brooke is also actively involved in the Sheridan community including her service as the current Chairman of the Sheridan Rotary Foundation, Inc. and as the 2016-2017 President of the Sheridan Rotary Club. Brooke is licensed to practice in the State of Wyoming, the District of Columbia, and the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming.
Weston T. Graham is a Wyoming native, born and raised in Basin, Wyoming. Weston is the third and youngest son to a small business owner (veterinarian) and local school paraprofessional. Weston received a Bachelor of Science Degree majoring in Zoology & Physiology from the University of Wyoming in 2005, and graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2008 with his Juris Doctorate. Weston began his law practice in Sheridan, Wyoming as an Associate Attorney with Throne Law Office, P.C. and Attorneys at Law of Wyoming, P.C. before ultimately deciding to open up his own law firm, Barney & Graham, LLC, in 2012.
Weston is licensed to practice law in the State of Wyoming, the State of North Dakota, the State of Montana and the United States District Courts for the District of Wyoming, North Dakota and Montana. Through his general practice, Weston has assisted numerous clients in a variety of legal areas, and his practice extends throughout Wyoming, Montana, and North Dakota, respectively. Weston presently focuses his practice primarily in representing clients with workers’ compensation injuries, oil and gas issues for surface and mineral owners as well as production companies, and represents numerous local small businesses. In addition, Weston serves as appointed counsel representing patients held at Sheridan Memorial Hospital and the Sheridan VA Medical Center in involuntary hospitalization / Title 25 proceedings.
Weston is the current President-Elect for the Wyoming State Bar, and serves as a member-at-large on the Board of Officers and Commissioners and as a member of the Executive Committee. Weston will serve the next term as President of the Wyoming State Bar in 2018-2019. Prior to this, Weston served as the Treasurer for the Wyoming State Bar for the past three terms and as a Commissioner for the Fourth Judicial District representing Sheridan and Johnson Counties. Weston currently serves as a mentor to the Young Lawyers Section of the Wyoming State Bar, and will provide continuing legal education at the Mountain West States Young Lawyers Regional Summit of the American Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division in Jackson in April of 2018. Weston has attended the Western States Bar Conference, the Jackrabbit Bar Conference, and the American Bar Association’s Bar Leadership Institute as a representative of the Wyoming State Bar. Weston is the liaison on the Bench-Bar Relations Committee of the Wyoming State Bar, and recently has been a part of organizing a Bar Leadership Institute for section leaders and county bar presidents around Wyoming. In the past, Weston was an organizer for the Wyoming State Bar Foundation’s Liberty Day Project, was a member of the Advisory and Ad Hoc Committees to update the Wyoming Rules of Professional Conduct and the Wyoming Attorney Lien Statute, and was the liaison to the Clients’ Security / Protection Fund Committee. Weston is a past Treasurer of the Sheridan County Bar Association, and continues to provide legal education and volunteer for that organization.
Weston is currently a board member for Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center, Inc., and is a past board member of the Advocacy & Resource Center in Sheridan, Wyoming. Weston has also served as volunteer faculty for the University of Wyoming College of Law’s Trial Practice Program.
Born in Dallas, Texas, Stacy M. Kirven has lived in Sheridan, Wyoming since she was 6 years old. Stacy received her Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Criminal Justice and Political Science in 2011 from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. Stacy earned her Juris Doctorate degree in December of 2014 from the University of Wyoming College of Law. Stacy is licensed to practice law in the State of Wyoming and the State of Montana.
Stacy primarily focuses her practice in representing clients with domestic relations issues, including: divorce, establishment of paternity, establishment of custody and visitation, child support, custody modifications, adoption, termination of parental rights, and guardianships. However, Stacy also represents clients facing misdemeanor and felony criminal charges. In addition, Stacy represents clients in civil and criminal appeals before the Wyoming Supreme Court. Furthermore, Stacy assists clients in obtaining United States visas, along with those applying for citizenship, asylum, and other immigration matters.
Stacy is a past Vice President of the Sheridan County Bar Association, serves on the Board of Directors for Legal Aid of Wyoming, Inc., and was previously a contract public defender with the Office of the State Public Defender for the State of Wyoming. Stacy has also served as a guest faculty member for the University of Wyoming College of Law's Trial Practice Program.