|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Colorado Super Lawyers Rising Star||Super Lawyers Magazine||2015|
|Colorado Super Lawyers Rising Star||Super Lawyers Magazine||2014|
|Colorado Super Lawyers Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2013|
|George Holley Outstanding Young Lawyer Award||First Judicial District Bar Association||2011|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Bankruptcy Institute||Member||2015 - Present|
|American Board of Certification||Member||2014 - Present|
|National Association of Bankruptcy Attorneys||Member||2009 - Present|
|National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees||Member||2009 - Present|
|Jefferson County Bar Association||Member||2006 - Present|
|Christian Legal Society||Member||2006 - Present|
|Colorado Bar Association||Member||2004 - Present|
|Federalist Society||Member||2004 - Present|
|National Association of Consumer Attorneys||Member||2004 - 2009|
|•In re Moosman, 473 B.R. 385 (Bankr. D.Colo. 2012)||N/A|
|In re Beaudin WL 3748735 (Bankr.D.Colo.Sep 21, 2010)||N/A|
|•In re Allen, 492 B.R. 320 (Bankr. D.Colo. 2013)||N/A|
|See all legal cases|
|The Proclimation||Bankruptcy & Divorce Part II - Preparing your Client for Bankruptcy Post-Decree||2012|
|The Proclimation||Bankruptcy & Divorce Part I - Protecting your Client from the X-Spouses' Bankruptcy||2012|
|NABT Talk||■Checks in Float- Property of the Estate Subject to Turnover or Permissible Diminution of Debtor Funds||2011|
|The Colorado Lawyer||An Alternative to Law School: The Apprenticeship Model, Point/Counterpoint||2009|
|The Colorado Lawyer||Top Ten Topics in Bankruptcy for the Non-Bankruptcy Attorney||2008|
|University of Denver||Business Administration||MBA||2004|
|University of Denver College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2003|
|University of Wyoming||Social Science||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1999|
|Bankruptcy Update||Bankruptcy Case Law Update||2014|
|Discharge of Martial Obligations||Bankruptcy & Divorce||2013|
|Family Law Continuing Legal Education||Bankruptcy & Divorce: Protecting Your Clients||2012|
|Continuing Legal Education||Bankruptcy & Collections: Chapter 7 Trustee Perspective & Issues||2012|
|Samaritan House||Bankruptcy & Consumer Law||2011|
|CLE||Consumer Law & Bankruptcy & Field Guid for the Pro Bono Christian Attorney||2011|
|Keller Williams Realty Seminar||Bankruptcy & Short Sales||2010|
Posted by anonymous
Rob made the whole bankruptcy process easy and relatively pain-free. He and his staff were always helpful whenever I had questions. I never felt like I was being looked down upon, judged, or stigmatized simply because I was filing for bankruptcy. Rob explained the whole process very clearly right from the start. He's a brilliant attorney and wonderful man. I would definitely recommend Rob and Cohen & Cohen for anyone considering bankruptcy.
Posted by Ashton Brooks
As a mortgage banker, I am not always able to say my experiences in working with attorneys is a positive one. Especially when they are a bankruptcy attorney. However, Rob is a substantially different case than most. Our mutual client had worked with Rob on a bankruptcy SEVEN years ago. When my client e-mailed Rob, not only did he know who she was, he asked her how things were going and took the time to catch up with a past client.
We needed Rob's help with something that was an unconventional request to help our client qualify for a home. Not to mention, this was not in his job description (unless he were to be paid for the work rendered). Rob understood the situation and took time out of his work day to make sure his past client was taken care of. He could have charged my client for the work rendered if he wanted to and no one could have said a word. But the fact that this man did everything by the book and out of a sincere willingness to help someone in need, speaks volumes about the way he runs his business and takes care of his people. If you want to find a bankruptcy attorney that has your best interest at heart instead of theirs, you would be foolish to go to anyone besides Robertson Cohen. The man is a five star professional and I will be referring my personal client business his way. I can assure you of that.
Posted by Joe D. & Rob M.
We had a very positive experience during our initial consultation meeting. Rob was very helpful in conveying various options to consider. Although a definitive decision on how we plan to proceed was not made at the conclusion of our consultation meeting, we never once felt pressured to make any decision on the spot or take any particular course of action right away. Nevertheless, we left the meeting trusting the information and advice that was dispensed to us. We feel that we are now better prepared to make an informed decision ourselves on what course of action to take based on the information Rob provided to us. In the end, Rob was very helpful in making some recommendations for us to consider first before filing for bankruptcy and was more than willing to refer us elsewhere for one of the discussed options. One thing is for sure and that is if we do end up going the bankruptcy route, whether it is next month or next year, we will not hesitate to come back to Rob and ask him to handle it for us.
Joanne Underhill, Business Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I strongly endorse this lawyer. Rob Cohen practiced with my firm many years ago, then left to form his own practice. We have kept in touch, and occasionally I consult with Rob on a bankruptcy question. His advice is sound, and his ethics and professionalism are superb.
Terry O'Malley, Criminal defense Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I endorse Rob because he is honest and very capable in the bankruptcy field. As a fellow lawyer, I have even attended training under him. He is the kind of lawyer you can trust to put your interests first - and to do a very capable job representing you.