|Partner||Ellmann & Ellmann, P.C.||2006 - Present|
|Law Clerk||Judge Brian Boatright (now Justice on the Colorado Supreme Court)||1999 - 2000|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Colorado Bar Association||Member||2000 - Present|
|University of Wyoming College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1999|
|University of Nevada-Las Vegas||Psychology||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1996|
Posted by anonymous
Tina is a wonderful and smart family law attorney. She has a great attention to detail and a very strong commitment to helping her client's achieve their goals. Tina works very hard to find resolutions that are fair and reasonable and is always looking out for what is best for her clients. On top of all her legal skills, Tina is kind and caring someone who genuinely wishes to help her clients.
Posted by Dani
This attorney was lacking in knowledge and charged to get caught back up on her knowledge after being out of family practice for 9 years. She over charges and keeps you on the phone acting like she is a friend then charges for it. She will turn on you if you disagree with her or she sees something she doesn't like about you. She acts like she is the one that gets to make the decisions about your case and your children. Ultimately she will not be on your side. I very much suggest looking somewhere else for an attorney. There are plenty of fair and reasonable attorneys, no need to add a poor attorney to an already stressful situation. I went to a new attorney and not only did she do what I asked, but she also kept it out of court saving me a lot of money and getting me what Martina told me I would never get. No matter who you get, you have to be able to negotiate and to give in certain areas. It isn't win or loose, it is fighting for the best for the kids and taking the least worse options.
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