Kellian Pitman – [email protected]
University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, J.D.
University of Denver, B.A. Political Science, cum laude
Professional Mentor-University of Denver Sturm College of Law
Co-Author- Practitioner’s Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law CBA/CLE (Determining When Trusts are Property for Purposes of Equitable Division)
Area of Practice
About Eliza Steinberg
Eliza Steinberg’s practice is focused exclusively on family law related matters including divorce, allocation of parental rights, post-decree disputes, and child support matters. Prior to becoming an attorney, Eliza worked as a senior paralegal under the Managing Partner, Suzanne Griffiths, on high asset, high conflict divorce cases. Eliza has extensive knowledge regarding complex financial matters in divorce including trusts, business valuation, and income analysis. Eliza is the co-author of the Colorado Bar Association’s Practitioner’s Guide to Domestic Relations Law chapter on trusts and has authored numerous articles and blogs on various family law topics. Eliza has also presented on discovery techniques, parenting issues, ethics, litigation case management techniques and case intake strategies for the National Business Institute and Institute for Paralegal Education.
Eliza earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and her undergraduate degree from the University of Denver, cum laude, in Political Science with a minor in Business Administration. Eliza received many honors and accolades for her high academic achievement at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law including numerous scholarships and scholastic excellence awards.
Eliza is a passionate advocate with substantial litigation experience, but she also brings a solution-oriented perspective to her cases.
“The divorce ends your marriage; it doesn’t change the fact that your children still have two parents.”
Honors & Distinctions
- 2019 Up & Coming Lawyers by Colorado Law Week magazine
Colleen Barrett Award for Administrative Excellence-Finalist (2017)
Judge Donald P. Smith, Jr. ’56 Endowed Scholarship (for high academic achievement) (2016)
Scholastic Excellence Award-Advanced Trial Practice (2016)
Charles F. Brannan National Endowed Scholarship (for high academic achievement) (2015)
Scholastic Excellence Award-Lawyering Process II (2014)
Memberships and Community Involvement
- Colorado Bar Association
- Denver Bar Association
- Colorado Bar Association—Family Law Section
- Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce (Member)
- Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee (Member)
- University of Denver Sturm College of Law Professional Mentoring Program (Mentor)
- Colorado Judicial Institute (Member)
Authorship & Presentations
- “Is Your Spouse Shirking Their Support Obligation?” ColoradoBizMagazine (online), August 12, 2019
- Practitioner’s Guide to Colorado Domestic Relations Law CBA/CLE: Chapter 12 “Determining When Trusts are Property for the Purpose of Equitable Division,” 2017-2019
“What the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Could Do in Colorado” ColoradoBizMagazine (online), November 29, 2017
“Family Law from Start to Finish,” National Business Institute, December 2017
- “Tax cuts, jobs act could impact divorce settlements,” The Colorado Springs Business Journal, December 8, 2017
“A Litigation Paralegal’s Guide to Case Management,” IPE, April 2015