Faith Betz practices primarily in the areas of family law, civil litigation, and trusts and estates. She has been a licensed attorney in Colorado since 2003. Previously, she represented children as a court-appointed guardian litem in Tennessee. Faith is an honors graduate of The University of Tennessee College of Law, where she earned the Advocates’ Prize in moot court competition.
Preparation and zealous advocacy are the defining characteristics of Faith’s representation of clients. As a pro bono attorney for Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network and for Rocky Mountain Survivors’ Center, Faith gained legal victories for asylum seekers, refugees, and lawful permanent residents facing deportation. In addition, Faith has served as a board member for Foothills Gateway and as an advisor to Colorado State University Student Legal Services.
Faith lives in Loveland with her family. She enjoys hiking and vegetarian cooking.
Faith’s main areas of practice are:
- Family law, including adoptions, dissolution of marriage, allocation of parental responsibilities, protection orders, and child support
- Estate and trust planning, probate administration, and probate litigation
- Civil cases, immigration matters, and business transactions
Faith’s previous experience includes the roles of:
- Litigation Attorney, Cordell & Cordell, Fort Collins, CO, 2020 – 2021
- Attorney, Law Office of Faith Betz, Loveland, CO, 2003 – 2020
- Deputy Law Director, Knox County Legal Department, Knoxville, TN, 1994 – 1995
- Judicial Clerk, Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals, Nashville, TN, 1993 – 1994
- Law Clerk, Tennessee Attorney General’s Office, Nashville, TN, 1992
Faith’s publications and presentations include:
- Adams County Early Childhood Partnership, “Best Practices for Pre-Schools,” 2019
- Larimer County Humane Society, “Estate Planning for Companion Animals,” 2015
- Northern Colorado Community Foundation, “Charitable Gift Planning,” 2015
- Weld County Senior Law Day, “Estate and Trust Planning,” 2015
- Larimer County Senior Law Day, “Conflict Resolution for Families,” 2014
- Weld County Bar Association, “What Every Lawyers Should Know About Immigration Law,” 2009