Cynthia E. Brewster, Esq., graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1978, and Memphis State University School of Law in 1982. She was admitted to practice law in Tennessee in 1982. She practiced in Tennessee from 1982 until 1984. In 1984, Cynthia was admitted to practice law in the State of Arizona where she practiced until 1989. In 1989 Cynthia was admitted to the Colorado Bar and has practiced in Colorado since that time. She is admitted to all courts in the State of Colorado.
She has extensively practiced in the fields of family law, bankruptcy, and child protection law. Since 1989, she has concentrated primarily in the field of family law, including child custody, support and maintenance, and premarital agreements. Cynthia also practices Collaborative Law, in which parties in a divorce resolve all their issues without going to court. Cynthia is a trained mediator, and has mediated all types of divorce cases, from the most simple to complex financial matters.
Cynthia has represented children in family law cases as both a Special Advocate and Special Representative. She has co-chaired Guardian ad Litem training programs and foster care parent training programs. Cynthia has participated in post-graduate courses in the Masters of Social Work program.
Cynthia is currently in good standing and fully licensed in the State of Arizona and the State of Colorado. Cynthia is an attorney/mediator and member of the Colorado Council of Mediators and Mediation Organizations, the Metropolitan Denver Interdisciplinary Committee, the Colorado Collaborative Law Professionals and Rocky Mountain Collaborative Law Professional Practice Group. She is currently co-chair for the annual Attorney/Mediator Dialogue Conference and is on the Board of Directors of the Colorado Collaborative Law Professionals.