From your first meeting at Robinson & Henry when you sit down with me to discuss your issues, I offer a personalized approach to your bankruptcy. One of the things I pride myself on is being able to have a relationship with each individual client and provide wonderful customer service from the very first time we sit down to when your case ends.
Education & Bar Admissions
- Juris Doctor – The John Marshall Law School
- Bachelor of Arts, Spanish and Psychology – Indiana University Bloomington
- Bar admissions: Colorado Bar, 2010
- Top 40 under 40, The National Advocates, 2016
- Top 40 under 40, The National Trial Lawyers, 2015
- Rated Attorney Lead Counsel, 2015
- Denver Business Journal’s Top 50 Largest Law Firms, 2016 Edition
- A+ Rated by the BBB, Robinson & Henry, P.C.
Publications & Speaking Events
- Book, “Till Debt Do Us Part,” 2017
- Article, “Ask a Lawyer: Bankruptcy and Credit,” Better Living, 2015
- Article, “Debt Resolution,” Our Community, Castle Rock, 2015
- Taxes Under Trump, “Trump and Bankruptcy,” 2017
- MegaStar Financial Annual Sales Meeting, “Mortgages & Foreclosures,” 2016
- Women’s Seminar, “Bankruptcy and Finances for Women,” 2015
- Douglas/Elbert County Bar Association
- The Colorado Bar Association
- Chicago Bar Association
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
- Colorado Attorney Peer Mentoring Program
Elizabeth German is the lead attorney for the firm’s Bankruptcy and Debt Problems practice.
She has extensive knowledge and experience regarding consumer rights protection in the areas of credit repair, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act violations, and foreclosure defense. Elizabeth has litigated matters in federal and state court. She has reached successful outcomes in multiple adversary cases within the bankruptcy court protecting the rights of debtors against their creditors.
Elizabeth grew up in the Midwest and is a proud Hoosier. She attended Indiana University Bloomington where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree. She obtained her Juris Doctorate from the John Marshall University in Chicago.
Elizabeth enjoys living and working in Douglas County. She spends her free time hiking, skiing, running, and reading.