Elizabeth Anderson

Elizabeth Anderson

Denver, Colorado

A Kansas native, Elizabeth earned her bachelor's degree in 2008 from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, where she studied chemistry with an emphasis on biomedical polymers. In 2012, Elizabeth was awarded a Juris Doctorate degree from Pace University in White Plains, New York. While in law school, Elizabeth was heavily involved in moot court and trial advocacy competitions and was even selected for the Thurgood Marshall Federal Moot Court Competition.

Elizabeth expanded on her love for the courtroom by working for the New York State Appellate Division. There she advocated for the mentally ill and developmentally disabled in a variety of legal proceedings. Through her work, Elizabeth was often appointed by the courts as counsel, guardian ad litem, and court evaluator in contested guardianships and conservatorship cases. This gave her a special insight to the needs and concerns of families with aging parents and disabled children.

Today, you still find Elizabeth in the courtroom, but you will also find her meeting with families to create personalized estate plans for special needs families. Her creative problem solving ability makes her a great asset in the courtroom and in the office.

When she is not at work, Elizabeth is often found volunteering and mentoring families with special needs children. She sits on the board of directors of a local organization whose mission is to advance the quality of life of disabled adults. When she isn't giving back to her community, you will often find Elizabeth playing or travelling with her two boys, husband, and dog.