Amy K. Rosenberg is a founding partner of Rosenberg & Zipser PLLC (formerly Peterson, Rosenberg PLLC). She concentrates her work in estate planning, trust and estate administration, protective proceedings (guardianships and conservatorship) and trial and appellate litigation related to those fields. She frequently makes presentations to community and professional groups on estate and estate tax planning, guardianships and conservatorships for children and incapacitated adults, financial exploitation of the elderly and estate planning for unmarried couples.
Ms. Rosenberg has been in private practice in Fort Collins since 1996. After earning her law degree from the University of Texas at Austin, she worked in private practice in Austin. She has also served as a staff attorney for William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan and for the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging a non-profit organization in Washington, D.C. that represents non-profit nursing homes and housing entities for the elderly.
She is a member of the Colorado and Larimer County Bar Associations and a member of the Colorado Bar Association’s Trust and Estates Section. She currently serves as a court-appointed attorney for Respondents in guardianship and conservatorship proceedings in the District Courts of Larimer County. She is a member of University of Colorado Health’s Planned Giving Advisory Council and the Planned Giving Committee of the Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust. She is a founding member of WISH (Women Involved in Strategies for Health), a community health initiative of UC Health, and a past member of its Steering Committee. She has served on the City of Fort Collins Commission on Disabilities, the Fort Collins Symphony Board of Directors and the Fort Collins Symphony Endowment Fund.
She is the author of “The Common Law Spouse in Colorado Estate Administration,” and “Being of Sound Mind: Tests for Testamentary (and Other) Capacity,” both published in The Colorado Lawyer.