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Britney Beall-Eder

Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein, P.C.

4750 Table Mesa Drive

Boulder, Colorado 80302

(303) 494-3000

E-mail: Britney@frascona.com

Website:  www.frascona.com

Type of ADR Practiced:  Mediation; focus in real estate, collections, landlord/tenant, HOA/neighborhood and bankruptcy matters. 

Formal ADR Training:  Mediation certification through Judy Mares-Dixon and Assoc.; attended various CLEs addressing ADR practices; participated in numerous mediations over a period of years.  For additional information, please see https://frascona.com/mediation/

Related Background:  In addition to providing mediation services, Ms. Beall-Eder represents clients in real estate litigation, collections, landlord/tenant, HOA, bankruptcy matters and appeals.  Ms. Beall-Eder earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado and earned a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.  Ms. Beall-Eder is licensed to practice law in the state and federal courts in Colorado and Kansas and the state court in Wyoming.  Ms. Beall-Eder is a member of the Colorado, Wyoming and Boulder Bar Associations.  She is a past co-chair of the Bankruptcy Sub-Section of the Business Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, as well as a past member of the Standing Local Bankruptcy Rules Revision Committee for the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado.  She is a frequent speaker on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights for CLE Colorado and other organizations.  Additionally, Ms. Beall-Eder is a current co-author of the West Publishing, Colorado Practice Series v9 & v10, Colorado Creditors’ Remedies-Debtors’ Relief and a current editor of the Colorado Methods of Practice, Cathy S. Krendl – Chapters: Attachment, Garnishment, Replevin and Bankruptcy (2012-2018). 

Hours available:  Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Hourly charge:  Sliding scale; dependent on type of case - $200 – $300 per hour.

Seth J. Benezra

Benezra & Culver, PC

633 17th Street, Suite 1450

Denver, CO 80202



Type of ADR
Practiced: Arbitration|Mediation|Med./Arb.| Settlement Conference

Formal ADR Training: AAA Arbitrator; Completed Mediation Training with Judy Mares Dixon
Related Background: Has Mediated Labor and Employment, Business Torts, Landlord Tenant, Collections and other cases.  Serves as AAA Arbitrator on Employment Law Panels in Denver-Boulder metropolitan area and beyond. Completed the 40 hour Mares Training. AAA Mediator and Employment Panel Arbitrator.
Areas of Practice: County Court Mediation Program | Family/Divorce | Labor/Government | Neighborhood/Community | Wide variety of Civil Dispute Resolution | Specializes in Employment related matters

Available Hours:  Available all hours by Appointment
Hourly Charge: $275/hour.
Sliding Scale?:  Yes
Parenting Coordinator?:  No

Liz Bowes-Spiegel

Bowes Spiegel Inc.

P.O. Box 420

Boulder, CO 80306


Type of ADR
Practiced: Arbitration|Mediation|Med./Arb.

Formal ADR Training: University of Denver Graduate Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution (2004); 40 hour Mediation and Conflict Coaching training with Robin Amadei; Conversant Training 8 months
Related Background: Mediator in Boulder County Small Claims Court since 2004 with high percentage of successful mediations. Licensed Architect with small Construction Company, experience as both a landlord and a tenant. LEED Certification. Victims Advocate 14 years.
Areas of Practice: Specialize in Construction cases but experience with all other types of cases in County Court – Civil, Environmental, Labor, Neighborhood, HOA, Personal

Hourly Charge: $95/hour/party. No charge for initial phone consult, sliding scale available

Peter A. Briggs, MBA, BBA, SPHR, Mediator/Arbitrator/Negotiator

Briggs Associates Inc., Principal

E-mail: peterb303@yahoo.com


Type of ADR practiced:  Arbitration, Mediation, Med/Arb, Settlement Conference

Formal ADR Training:  University of Michigan, CRD Associates, City of Boulder.

Related Background:  Successful business career handling labor negotiations, arbitrations, mediations, representations with NLRB, EEOC, Civil Rights Commission plus handling divorce, child custody, landlord/tenant, and other business/commercial issues. Mentored under highly successful attorney for seven years. Have served as a volunteer mediator for the City of Boulder; business experience has been strongly supplemented by functioning as Treasurer and chairing the Strategic Issues Group of the Colorado Human Resource Association, active membership on the Chrysler Customer Arbitration Board, serving on the Boulder County Board of Adjustment, and an adjunct faculty association with Metropolitan State College.  These additional experiences have contributed to successfully understanding and addressing the needs of multiple constituencies while facilitating the development of positive results.

Hours available: 8a.m. to 8 p.m.
Hourly charge: $90-$200/hour; Sliding Scale available, co-mediation possible.

Debbie Brinley, J.D., B.A Psychology

Bright Side Mediation, LLC

2725 Juilliard St.

Boulder, CO 80305


Email: debbie@brightsidemediation.com

Website: www.brightsidemediation.com

Areas of Practice: Family/Divorce, parent coordinator/decision maker (PCDM), Neighborhood/Community, civil/criminal, victim/offender, small business, elder care, education. Also, trial/mediation/arbitration preparation coaching for all types of cases.

Type of ADR Practiced: mediation, parent coordinator/decision maker, restorative justice, conflict and communications coaching, parent coaching

Formal ADR and Related Training: Mediation certification through Judy Mares-Dixon and Associates; Specialized training in conflict resolution, family systems, child development, trauma, mental health, substance abuse/addiction, and domestic violence; Extensive training in Motivational Interviewing (a collaborative communication technique) and restorative justice. Ongoing professional training through the Boulder Bar Association, Boulder Interdisciplinary Committee and the Mediators Association of Colorado; Trained mental health first aid responder and crisis counselor.

Related Background: B.A. Psychology cum laude from Bucknell University; law degree from George Washington University School of Law; Former litigator with the Department of Justice (both civil and criminal divisions), and associate in private law firm; Independent Mediator since 2010; Board member for Parent Engagement Network (local non-profit focused on engaging, educating and empowering parents tor raise happier, healthy youth.)

Hours Available: Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; evenings/weekends by appointment.

Hourly Charge: Mediation: $140-160; PCDM: $140-$180

Sliding Scale available

Sheila P. Carrigan, J.D.

Carrigan Mediation & Law, LLC

4845 Pearl East Circle, Suite 101

Boulder, CO 80301


Email: carriganlaw@gmail.com

ADR Type: Mediation, Arbitration, Coaching, Parenting Coordinator-Decision Maker.

Formal ADR Training: 40 hour mediation certification through CBA, instructor Judy Mares-Dixon, PC/DM training certification, Conflict Coaching training. Numerous CLE courses related to Family Law, Elder Law, Mental Health Issues, Domestic Violence, Addiction, and Child Development. Former municipal judge.  Former Deputy DA, 18th Judicial District, Former shareholder at complex litigation firm in Denver. Former real estate agent. Trained to facilitate Restorative Justice sessions and certified instructor in Interact-Interpersonal Problem Solving. Trial attorney or judge for over three decades, grew up in Boulder.  Child focused solutions, creative problem solver and courageous, big hearted communicator.

Related Background: BA from University of Santa Clara; J.D. from University of Colorado, School of Law.  Instructed at NITA and National Judicial College.  Trial attorney for over  30 years. Practice limited to ADR, expert witness work, coaching and consulting.  Areas of Practice: Family Law, Elder Law (conflict resolution and GAL services), ADR Mediation, Arbitration, Parenting Coordinator-Decision Maker, ADR, Guardian Ad Litem, Child Legal Representative, Real Estate (mediation and arbitration).

Available Hours: M-F 8:00-6:00, weekends by appointment.
Hourly Charge: $225 per hour, divided by the parties; $120 per hour for county court or ADR financially eligible cases.

Renee Ezer, JD/Attorney
Dietze and Davis, P.C.

2060 Broadway Suite 400

Boulder, CO 80302



Areas of Practice: Wills and Trusts, Fiduciary Representation, Guardianship and Conservatorship, Elder Law, Financial Exploitation of the Elderly, Conflict Coaching, Facilitating Intergenerational Family Dialogue and Conflict Resolution.

Type of ADR practiced:  Arbitration, Mediation, Med/Arb, Settlement Conference

Formal ADR Training:  CDR Associates – 40-hour training 1993. Former; student and instructor of multiple CLE courses concerning the use of ADR in the facilitation and resolution of conflicts involving financial exploitation of the elderly.

Related Background: Practiced in the area of wills and trusts conflicts, fiduciary representation, guardianships and conservatorships, elder law, and financial exploitation of the elderly, resolving conflicts through mediation, negotiation and litigation for 32 years. Trained in crisis intervention; served as medical and legal advocate, trainer and supervisor for non-profit crisis intervention team for 3-1/2 years; Past President of the Boulder County Bar Association; former co-chair of the Elder Law and Probate/Tax/Estate Planning Sections; member of the BCBA Board of Directors 2013 - 2019. I am a creative, flexible mediator with excellent communication skills.

Hours available: Monday to Friday, 8:00-6:00 pm

Hourly charge: $250
Sliding Scale: On occasion

George L. Farmer, P.E., J.D.

Degree/Title: B.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY J.D. Widener School of Law, Wilmington, DE

Business Phone: 609-823-7700

1600 Ithaca Court

Longmont, CO 80503

ADR Type: Arbitration|Mediation|Med./Arb.| Settlement Conference: All

Formal ADR Training: 40 hour training course offered by the New Jersey Bar Association, yearly CLE courses

Related Background: Mr. Farmer has 43 years of construction and development experience, starting his own consulting engineering practice in 1980, in Hollywood, FL.  Before doing so, he worked for Port Everglades Authority (a major seaport between Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood, FL) as an engineer, and the City of Hollywood, FL as the Head of the Engineering Design Section.  In his own engineering firm, he performed design and consultation services for developers, contractors, property owners, and public agencies for commercial, residential, industrial, and municipal projects.  In and around 1979, he became a State of Florida General Contractor (unlimited category) and began providing construction services for his own account as well as for others -- constructing residential and commercial projects.  In the late 1980s, he began offering expert witness services in construction litigation cases. In 1993, Mr. Farmer returned to school to become an Attorney and graduated from Widener School of Law in 1995, with a J.D. degree, and studied law at Rutgers University in Camden, NJ, and Cambridge University in Cambridge, England during the summers.  Mr.  Farmer is or has been: a member of the state bars of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Colorado; member of the Federal District Court of New Jersey and the Eastern District of PA; and a licensed Professional Engineer in FL, PA, GA, MD, NJ, and also has secured licenses (since expired) in FL: General Contractor, Mortgage Broker, Engineering Contractor (water, sewer, paving, and drainage, and other “heavy construction” functions), and also is a certified concrete masonry specialist.  He has practiced law in NJ since1996, and his practice is limited to civil matters -- both litigation and transactional.  He is a Court Appointed Mediator in NJ State Court, and an Arbitrator in Federal Court.   He has participated in almost one hundred mediations and arbitrations. He has been a resident of Colorado since 2008.

Areas of Practice: County Court Mediation Program | Family/Divorce | Labor/Government | Neighborhood/Community with focus on:  Commercial litigation, construction matters, contract/commercial, professional malpractice, medical malpractice, and other matters.

Available Hours: Any and all at the convenience of the parties

Hourly Charge: $300 split by the parties

Sliding Scale?: Available upon request on a case by case basis

Parenting Coordinator?: No

Lenore Fox, JD
Lenore B Fox, Professional LLC

255 Canyon Blvd., Suite 100
Boulder, CO 80302



Areas of Practice: County Court Mediation Program | Family/Divorce | Labor/Government | Neighborhood/Community | Family Law  

Type of ADR practiced:  Arbitration|Mediation|Med./Arb.| Settlement Conference

Formal ADR Training:  40 hour mediation / arbitration CLE 

Related Background: Attorney with 35 years experience;  mediator for Boulder County Small Claims Court; private mediations and arbitrations.  

Hours available: Monday to Friday, 8:00-5:00 pm

Hourly charge: $250/hour
Sliding Scale: Yes
Parenting Coordinator: No

Karen A. Hammer, Esq. LL.M.

The Hammer Group

Degrees: J.D. (Vanderbilt University); LL.M. with honors, International and Comparative Law (Georgetown University); B.A. magna cum laude (Rhodes College)

Address and Contact Information:

4845 Pearl East Circle, Suite 101

Boulder, CO 80301



Website: www.hammergroup.net

Type of ADR Practiced: Mediation, Arbitration, Settlement Conference, Facilitated Negotiations

Formal ADR Training: Georgetown University Law Center (Mediation, as well as International Alternative Dispute Resolution); Judy Mares Dix (40-hour certificate).

Related Background:

·       Mediation practice and interests are broad, so please inquire.  Past mediations range from national political party platform committee, legal fee disputes, and interpersonal disputes. 

·       My legal experience includes business transactions; litigation; government and quasi-governmental disputes and transactions; real property; commercial and consumer lending; and voluntary resolution of attempted terminations in employment disputes; professional ethics and discipline; insurance. 

·       Non-legal training, experience, or background in accounting, organizational behavior and decision-making, trauma-informed analysis of situations, neuroscience, disasters and emergencies, chronic stress, psychological first aid, behavioral health skills.  

Public Service:

·       Colorado Bar Association (CBA) Ethics Committee (Secretary, and Chair of Ethics Hotline); former Secretary of the Professionalism Coordinating Council of the CBA/Denver Bar Association (DBA)

·       Chair of the Business Section of the Boulder County Bar Association

·       DBA former arbitrator and mediator for the Legal Fee Arbitration Committee

·       Colorado Supreme Court attorney discipline, regulation, and continuing legal education:

o   Hearing Board Panel for the Office of Presiding Disciplinary Judge (disciplining attorneys);

o   Proactive Management-Based Program for attorney risk management

o   One of four interviewed for Colorado’s Attorney Regulation Counsel

o   Designated as an approved Continuing Legal Education program sponsor

·       District of Columbia Bar Association

o   former Chair of Real Estate, Housing, and Land Use Section;

o   former Chair of the Commercial Leasing Committee

·       Medical Reserve Corps of Boulder County and Boulder County Public Health

o   Advisory Council

o   co-Chair of the Special Projects Workgroup;

o   develop and provide behavioral health and chronic stress training for first responders, public health professionals, and clinical mental health supervisors

o   full-scale exercises in areas of access and functional needs assessment, behavioral health for disaster evacuees, points of dispensing pharmaceutical interventions for infectious disease events, alternative care site for infectious disease, and behavioral health for events requiring decontamination treatment. 

·       White House and Congressional Conference in Character-Building in Education

·       National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) certification as Acu Detox Specialist

·       Certificate as Forensic Disability Specialist (in judicial system context)

Honors and Awards:

·       2017 Volunteer of the Year Award (Medical Reserve Corps of Boulder County);

·       “Above and Beyond” team public health award for active deployment to the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood active shooter incident;

Available Hours: Available all hours by Appointment

Hourly Charge: $275/hour

Sliding Scale?: Yes

Parenting Coordinator?: No

Brian Luther, J.D.

1123 Lincoln St.

Longmont, CO 80501


E-mail: brianrluther@hotmail.com

Areas of Practice: Family/Divorce, Civil/Commercial/Environmental, Labor/Government, Neighborhood/Community

Type of ADR practiced: Arbitration, Mediation, Med./Arb, Settlement Conference

Formal ADR Training: 80 hrs. intensive Mediation and Arbitration training with Mediators Without Borders

Related Background: Member ABA, CBA, and BCBA ADR sections; 20 years mediation experience; International Mediation and Arbitration instructor.

Available Hours: 8-5, or by appointment

Hourly Charge: $50-$200/hour; co-mediation available

Sliding Scale Available

Jordan C. May

Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein, P.C.

4750 Table Mesa Drive

Boulder, Colorado 80302

(303) 494-3000

E-mail: jordan@frascona.com

Website:  Frascona.com

Type of ADR Practiced:  Mediation; focus in real estate, municipal law, land use, title issues, special districts, landlord/tenant, water law, collections and contract issues. 

Formal ADR Training:  Mediated cases, and participated in numerous mediations over a period of years; prior municipal judge.  For additional information, please see https://frascona.com/mediation/

Related Background:  Jordan C. May is a practicing real estate attorney and shareholder at Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein P.C. In addition to providing mediation services, Mr. May is a trial lawyer trying complex civil and real estate cases to judges, juries and tribunals across the state of Colorado. Mr. May has argued cases to state and federal trial courts, Colorado courts of appeal, as well as the Office of the Administrative Courts.  Mr. May also served as an associate municipal judge for the City of Englewood from 2009 to 2013 which provided Mr. May with a unique “from the bench” perspective on litigation which helps in the development of effective mediation strategies and creative settlement scenarios.  Additionally, as a former licensed Colorado real estate broker engaging in residential and commercial buy-sell transactions as well as property management, Mr. May developed a practitioner’s transactional perspective on the real estate industry. Mr. May regularly speaks to real estate professionals and trade groups regarding regulatory issues, risk management, negotiation strategy, contract issues, as well as state professional license discipline among other topics. 

Proficient in Mandarin Chinese. 

Hours available:  Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Hourly charge:  Sliding scale; dependent on type of case - $200 – $325 per hour.

Rachel Mentz, M.A., J.D.
Firefly Mediation

4450 Arapahoe Ave., Suite 100
Boulder, CO 80303

E-mail: rachel@fireflymediation.com

Areas of Practice: County Court Mediation Program, Family/Divorce, Labor/Government, Neighborhood/Community, District Court (all)

Type of ADR practiced: Mediation - Virtual and In-Person

Formal ADR Training: Mediation Certificate - COBAR-CLE

Related Background: Complex commercial litigation trial lawyer for 14+ years, litigating breach of contract, real estate, landlord-tenant, intellectual property, non-compete agreements, business partnership, M&A, personal injury, negligence, fraud, and HOA disputes, Super Lawyers 2023-2024, mother and step-mother of elementary and middle-school children with personal experience mediating as part of divorce/custody process, understands the importance of practical, child-focused family law agreements

Hours available: By appointment, Monday to Friday, 9 to 5, plus some evenings and weekend slots available - calendar available online. Please email contact@fireflymediation.com or visit www.fireflymediation.com to book online.

Hourly Charge: $300/hour split between the parties.

Sliding scale?: Yes

Parenting Coordinator?: No

Eric J. Moutz, B.A., J.D.
Blackrock ADR
4450 Arapahoe Ave., Suite 100
Boulder, CO 80302

Areas of Practice: Complex commercial litigation, family/divorce, parenting coordinator/decision maker, breach of contract, real estate, landlord-tenant, land use, securities, consumer fraud, debt collection, administrative law and government regulations, construction defect, neighborhood/community, small business, negligence, personal injury, and complex tort cases.

Type of ADR Practiced: Arbitration|Mediation|Med./Arb.| Settlement Conference

Formal ADR Training:  Colorado Bar Association 40 Hour Mediator Training (2020); FINRA Arbitrator Training (2018); FINRA Chairperson training (2020); NITA mediation skills training (2002)

Related Background: Mr. Moutz has practiced law in the area of complex commercial litigation for almost 20 years. Eric J. Moutz earned his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School and his B.A. summa cum laude, from Ohio Northern University. While at the University of Michigan, Mr. Moutz was part of a team that won the United States national championship in the Jessup Moot Court Competition, won an award of excellence in the oral advocacy program, and was an assistant editor of the Michigan Journal of Law Reform. During law school, Mr. Moutz clerked for the Ohio Fifth District Court of Appeals in Canton, Ohio.  After law school, Mr. Moutz worked for two large international law firms in Minneapolis and Denver where his practice focused on complex and high stakes litigation matters. Over the course of Mr. Moutz's career, he has handled a wide variety of litigation matters including contract disputes, partnership disputes, securities and fraud cases, construction defect cases, real estate disputes, and employment matters. Mr. Moutz has also represented parties in matters pending before the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, the Colorado Division of Securities, and Colorado Marijuana Authority, and other state and local administrative agencies. Mr. Moutz has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in mediation and has personally settled (as counsel or as a mediator) hundreds of cases.  Mr. Moutz has also served as an arbitrator for FINRA and as an administrative hearing judge for the City and County of Denver and the Fire and Police Pension Association of Colorado. Mr. Moutz is also a volunteer mediator for the Boulder County Small Claims Court.

Available Hours: As agreed (nights/weekends available). Remote mediation available.

Hourly Charge: $350/hour divided between the parties

Sliding Scale?:  Yes

Parenting Coordinator?:  Yes

Fern O’Brien, J.D.
O’Brien Law PC
Boulder, Colorado

Type of ADR practiced: Mediation, Med/Arb, Settlement Conferences

Formal ADR Training: Certified Mediator, Mares-Dixon and Associates; Mediation Theory & Practice, Rutgers Law School; Advanced Mediation Issues, Judy Mares Dixon

Related Background:

·       Complex negotiation and dispute resolution;

·       Inter-partner disputes; Law firms, CPA firms,

·       Shareholder disputes

·       Personnel disputes

Hours available: All days and hours, by appointment

Morgan O’Brien, MBA
O’Brien Law PC
Boulder, Colorado

Type of ADR practiced: Mediation, Med/Arb, Settlement Conferences

Formal ADR Training: Mediation Theory & Practice, Phoenix Strategies; Advanced Mediation with Judy Mares-Dixon; Organizational Behavior, Columbia University

Related Background:

·       Corporate finance and business valuation;

·       Mergers & Acquisitions;

·       (Past) Co-Chair, Financial Executives Networking Group (FENG)

·       Professional Member, Mediation Association of Colorado (MAC)

·       ODR Contract Mediator

Hours available: All days and hours, by appointment

Hourly charge: $150 - $250

Beth Brown Ornstein, J.D.

Colorado Mediation Center, LLC

4450 Arapahoe Avenue, Suite 100

Boulder, CO 80303


Fax: 303.499.3937

E-mail: cmc@mediationnow.com

Website: www.coloradomediationcenter.com

Type of ADR practiced: Arbitration, Mediation, Med/Arb, Parenting Coordination/Decision-making

Formal ADR Training: CDR Associates (Divorce and Child Custody Mediation); Mediation/Arbitration; Parenting Coordination; Dependency and Neglect; Managing Workplace Conflict; Non Adversarial Communication; Victim/Offender; Arts.

Related Background: Government Contracts, Construction, Administrative, Family and Criminal Law.  Mediation Association of Colorado Professional Mediator.  Helping resolve contract, worklplace, family, HOA, construction, real estate, environment and energy disputes since 1996.  Also provide conflict management, communications, and team-building programs.

Hours available: M-F 8:30 AM- 5:00 PM; some evenings

Hourly charge: Free Initial telephone consultation

Standard Fees: $75.00 - $125.00 per party per hour.  Sliding scale available.

Antonia D. Ozeroff, J.D.

Ozeroff Mediation Services

4845 Pearl East Circle, Suite 101

Boulder, CO 80301


Email: ozeroff@comcast.net

Type of ADR Practiced: Mediation, Med./Arb., Settlement Conference and Facilitation

Formal ADR Training: 40 Hour Mediation Certificate; Advanced Mediation, Family Law Mediation, Family Law CLE, Elder Mediation, and Med/Arb Training; ongoing training through CMS Denver, JCMS Golden, and Colorado Bar and Boulder Bar Associations.

Related Background: 16 year law private and corporate practice encompassing commercial, workplace and labor litigation and advice, 6 years mediation of Family/Divorce and Civil/Workplace matters.

Hours available: M-F 8-6; Other times based on appointment

Hourly charge: $75 - $125 per party per hour. Sliding Scale available.

Heidi Potter, J.D.
Heidi Potter ADR, LLC
1312 S Gibson Court
Louisville, CO 80027

Type of ADR Practiced: Arbitration & Mediation

Formal ADR Training: Certified Mediator in Colorado, American Arbitration Association Consumer and Commercial Panels Arbitration Training.

Related Background: Private law firm practice for 25 years in Colorado focusing on commercial, consumer, construction, and public entity law.

Areas of Practice: Commercial, Consumer, and Local Government Mediation and Arbitration.

Resolution Corps Virtual Mediation Program
Colorado Bar Association, ADR Section
1290 Broadway Suite 1700
Denver, Co 80203
303.860.1115, ext. 1
Email: resolutioncorpsinfo@cobar.org

ADR Practice - Mediation

Areas of Practice - County Court Mediation Program, Family/Divorce, Labor/Government, Neighborhood/Community, Our panel includes members with expertise in a wide variety of subject matter areas.

Formal Training - Resolution Corps panelists have all completed formal ADR training.

Background - The Resolution Corps is a virtual mediation program administered by the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Section of the Colorado Bar Association to meet the rising need for access to swift, fair, and cost-effective dispute resolution. The program serves people across all counties of Colorado. The Resolution Corps mediators are experienced ADR Section members who have expertise in virtual mediation services. They provide both paid and pro bono services.

Hours - Scheduled by parties and mediator.

Charge - $75/hr. per party; small claims court: $50/hr. per party.


2013 Prestwick Ct.

Longmont, Co 80504

303 579 5433

Website - http://www.ridermediation.com

ADR Practice - Mediation, Mediation/Arbitration, Arbitration

Areas of Practice - Divorce/Family; Parenting issues; Post Divorce; Elder, Estates and Extended Family Disputes; Debt, Contracts and Financial Disputes,Neighborhood/Community disputes; Local Government Claims and Disputes.

Formal Training - JD, University of Colorado, CDR Associates

Background - Practiced law for 35 years, handling all manner of cases now being mediated/arbitrated.  Not currently practicing law or licensed for the practice of law.  Mediation and arbitration since 2005,

As reflected in my website, my goal and pledge to the parties as a neutral in their mediation/arbitration is to facilitate a fair and amiable resolution of the dispute if possible.

Location - While I have a conference room available in Boulder, the location is subject to the parties' agreement.

Hours - Flexible with possible evening and Saturdays available.

Charge - Standard fee is $125/hour, generally divided between the parties.  Costs may be incurred in addition to the hourly fee.

Alice M. Robbins, Attorney-Mediator/Arbitrator (Family Law)

Alice Miller Robbins, Attorney at Law, Inc.

1790 30th Street #425 (Sussex One Bldg)

Boulder, CO 80301



Areas of Practice: Family/Divorce/Post-Decree  (I work with parties either self-represented or represented by attorneys)

Type of ADR Practiced: Family Law Mediation, Arbitration and Med/Arb

Formal ADR Training: Many hours of ADR and Advanced ADR training through CBA, Center for Dispute Resolution.
Related Background: Continuing education ongoing in ADR, Family Law; Participated in Jeffco Mediation Services (volunteer), Colorado Legal Services Domestic Relations Legal Clinic (volunteer), 6-year Board Member of Boulder Interdisciplinary Committee (BIDC) (past President 2017-18), Boulder Bar Association, Colorado Bar Association.

Hours available: M-F 8:30-5:30 (available for evening hours upon request)

Hourly charge: $195.00/hour divided between parties; will accept cases approved by Court for “state pay” scale ($150/hour total or $75.00 per qualified party)

Sliding Scale?: Accept State Pay approved cases (see above)

Catherine M. Schultheis, ADR Professional

Mediation and Paralegal Services

7560 Monarch Road

Niwot, CO 80503


E-mail: cathyboulderagent@yahoo.com

Areas of Practice: Family/Divorce | Parenting and Post Divorce Disputes | Elder and Extended Family | County Court Cases About Money | Neighborhood/Community

Type of ADR practiced: Mediation, Mediation/Arbitration, Arbitration, Facilitation, Supervised Parenting Time, traveling Notary

Formal ADR Training: CDR Associates, mediation training, US Postal Services “Redress” program, “Dependency and Neglect” court training. I specialize in family matters including but not limited to divorce, parenting, financial, post dissolution and elder issues.

Related Background: Paralegal specializing in family law since 1973; Mediator and arbiter for over 30 years; Past Co-Chair of the Boulder County Bar Association ADR section; Inactive real estate broker, notary.

I am also familiar with debt resolution, contracts and disputes over money and performance, partnership dissolution, debt resolution, and real estate matters. My goal as a neutral is to offer quality ADR services at an affordable price and to assist people in resolving their disputes as amicably and quickly as possible.

Hours available: Flexible – evening and weekend time available

Hourly Charge: Mediation $125, Med/Arb and Arbitration $150, Paralegal $60, Supervised Parenting Time $40

Susan Vanderborgh, J.D., Esq.
2373 Central Park Blvd. #100, Denver, CO 80238 (other locations also available)
720 307-4410

Areas of Practice: Family/Divorce 
ADR Type: Mediation
Formal ADR Training: 40 Hour basic mediation training, 40 hour domestic relations mediation training, Parenting Coordinator and Decision-Maker training.  Experience with learning disabilities, twice exceptional children, special needs, competitive student athletes.  Parent-adolescent mediation and coaching. 
Related Background: Domestic relations attorney, Child and Family Investigator, Parenting Coordinator, Parent Educator.  20 years experience working with children, adolescents, and families.  

Available Hours: M-F 9-6, weekends and evenings by appointment
Hourly Charge: $150
Parenting Coordinator?: Yes

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3269 28th Street

Boulder, CO 80301

(303) 440.4758

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