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Ms. Germany has been an attorney for more than 16 years. Licensed in both Alaska and Colorado, she has practiced in the areas of criminal litigation, civil litigation and domestic law in addition to elder law, probate and estate planning.
Ms. Germany received her bachelor’s degree from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington and her law degree from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock. She also attended the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.
An active member of the Colorado Bar Association, Ms. Germany is the past co-chair of the Elder Law Section and is a director for the Colorado Fund for People with Disabilities and an advisory board member for Front Range Hospice. A frequent speaker and lecturer on elder law and probate matters, she has taught courses for attorneys and other legal professionals and for various community organizations. She has also appeared as a guest on several radio programs discussing the importance of estate planning, probate and planning for disability (click here for a list of her previous speaking engagements). Ms. Germany also volunteers with and sponsors a Colorado Special Olympics softball team.
Ms. Germany is a native of Colorado. An active member of the community, she enjoys the many personal and professional relationships that she has cultivated from a life lived on the Front Range.