Practice Areas: Bankruptcy; Consumer Law; Debtor/Creditor Rights, General Litigation; Business Law; Criminal Defense.
Mr. Lowenberg’s goal in every case is to treat all his clients with the same dignity and respect that he would hope to receive if he were the client and they were the attorney. A native of Dallas, Texas, Mr. Lowenberg earned his law degree at St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas, where he served on Law Journal. Mr. Lowenberg enjoys spending time with his growing family hiking, fishing, and camping, and is an avid Crossfiter. A graduate of Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, IL (B.A., English, 1987), Mr. Lowenberg is also an attorney with Alliance Defending Freedom, a public interest advocacy organization focusing on Constitutional rights related to religious liberty, freedom of conscience, and marriage and family issues. Mr. Lowenberg is also a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, the American Bankruptcy Institute, and the Seventh Judicial District Bar Association of Western Colorado, and is admitted to practice law in the State of Colorado, the State of Texas, Federal District Court for the District of Colorado, and the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Born: Dallas, Texas, September 20, 1968. Admitted to bar: 2005 Texas; 2006 Colorado. Education: Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois (B.A., English, 1991); St. Mary's University School of Law, San Antonio, Texas (J.D., 2005). Staff Writer and Associate Editor, St. Mary’s Law Journal, 2003-2005.
Comment, The Texas Cave Bug and the California Arroyo Toad “Take” on the Constitution’s Commerce Clause, 36 St. Mary's Law Journal 149 (2004).
Recent Development, Kelo v. City of New London, Tulare Lake Water Basin District v. United States, and WashoeCounty v. United States: A Fifth Amendment Takings Primer, 36 St. Mary's Law Journal 669 (2005).
Book Review, “Review of Legal Resources: The Electronic Evidence and Discovery Handbook: Forms, Checklists, and Guidelines,” The Colorado Lawyer, January 2007.
Anna L. Cooling, Esq.
Ms. Cooling practices in all aspects of Family Law. Ms. Cooling , a native of Montrose, served as Deputy District Attorney for the Seventh Judicial District for over seven years. Prior to serving with the District Attorney’s office, Ms. Cooling was an assistant principal at McLain High School (2003-2006) and Ken Caryl Middle School (1996-2003). Ms. Cooling earned her B.A. (1992) and M.A. (1996) from the University of Colorado and her J.D. from the University of Denver (2002).
Ms. Cooling can be reached at (970) 240-2812, e-mail: email@example.com
John J. Fleming Jr.
Mr. Fleming has practiced law for over 25 years, concentrating in the areas of family law, land use and construction disputes, and other civil litigation. He has been a part-time Municipal Judge for the City of Montrose and the Town of Olathe. He has been a part-time counsel for the Montrose County Department of Health and Human Services, the Montrose County Child Support Enforcement Unit, the Montrose/Olathe School District, and the Montrose County Housing Authority. He represents general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, developers and homeowners. He also represents individuals in family law matters, including estates, probate and disputes, guardianship and conservatorship, adoption, and divorce. He is also a trained mediator providing dispute resolution and settlement assistance to attorneys and individual parties.
Prior to entering into the practice of law, Mr. Fleming worked in municipal finance, and in federal and state grant and contract management.
Mr. Fleming coaches girl’s basketball at Montrose High School. He was on the local school board for 12 years, including a term as president, and served on the Montrose County Planning Commission. He is now serving on the Colorado Utility Consumers Board.
Mr. Fleming currently concentrates on civil litigation including land use, housing, construction and contract disputes. He also deals with businesses and public entities concerning their legal issues. Because of his position as part-time counsel for the Department of Health and Human Services, he continues his work in family law, including issues involving both children and adults.
BA from Georgetown University
JD from George Mason University
Areas of Practice
Divorce and Family
Wills and Estates/Elder Law
Fleming & Lowenberg, Attorneys and Counselors A Partnership of The Law Office of Daniel J. Lowenberg, L.L.C. (formerly Fleming & Stern)