Professional Details

Phyllis A. Roestenberg
Law & Mediation, Phyllis A. Roestenberg, Esq., LLC

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217 East 7th Avenue
Denver, CO 80203
USA
303.955.8417

Description of Practice

Areas of Practice:

ADA
Adoption
Civil Rights/Fair Housing
Partnership/Business
Civil (general)
Community
Contracts
Foster Care
Senior Care
Parenting time
Landlord - Tenant
LGBTQ
Organizational
Professional Fees
Public Policy
Real Estate
Restorative Justice
Workplace

Professional Background

Phyllis A. Roestenberg is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Denver College of Law. She is a trained mediator and licensed attorney with more than 20 years of experience, including tenure as an Assistant Attorney General in the Civil Rights Division of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office and Senior Staff Attorney in the housing unit of a non-profit law firm. She is admitted to practice in Colorado and before the U.S. District Courts in Colorado and Arizona and both the Ninth and Tenth Circuits. A highly-experienced presenter, she trains attorneys, law students and other professionals in the areas of conflict resolution, civil rights and housing law. Her work has been published in the Colorado Lawyer, Cornerstone and The Preventive Law Journal, among others. Through the Law & Mediation Office of Phyllis A. Roestenberg, Esq., LLC, she provides mediation services, legal representation & counseling. She is a recipient of the "Outstanding Contribution to the Courts Award" which is presented by the Arizona Supreme Court to attorneys who serve the public and improve the legal profession.

Degrees

University of Virginia, BA, 1990
University of Denver College of Law, JD, 1994

Approach

I believe mediation can work for almost everyone in almost any situation. It isn't for litigants alone. Mediation can be used to resolve disagreements before court action is initiated, instead of court altogether, or to help people who have no intention of ever going to court.
As a process of assisted negotiation, mediation can be used to enhance communication and cooperation between business partners, domestic partners, neighbors, Board members, co-workers, parents, parents and teens, siblings, friends, employees and their supervisors, tenants and landlords, clients and their contractors . . . almost anyone.

My approach to mediation: In a supportive and comfortable setting, you will be afforded the opportunity to explain your point of view, clarify any misunderstandings, listen, explore options, and negotiate an agreement.

Areas of Practice

  • ADA
  • Adoption
  • Adult Family
  • Animal
  • Business
  • Civil (general)
  • Community
  • Contracts
  • Divorce (parenting)
  • Elder
  • Employment
  • Family
  • Landlord - Tenant
  • LGBTQ
  • Non Profits
  • Nursing Home
  • Organizational
  • Parent-Teen
  • Partnership
  • Professional Fees
  • Public Policy
  • Real Estate
  • Restorative (Criminal)
  • Restorative (Juvenile)
  • Sexual Harrassment
  • Small Claims
  • Victim - Offender
  • Workplace

Professional Services

  • Mediator
  • Strategic Planning
  • Staff Developer
  • Communication Skills Trainer
  • Fact-Finder
  • Mediation Consultant
  • Mediation Trainer
  • Conflict Coach
  • Mediating Lawyer
  • Collaborative Professional
  • Facilitator