A Professional Corporation Specializing in Native American and Domestic Law

Law Practice:

Elizabeth Meyer is the senior partner for the domestic practice portion of McElroy, Meyer, Walker & Condon. Ms. Meyer represents clients in dissolution of marriage, division of marital estates, determination of all maintenance issues, child support and financial issues, child custody, and post-dissolution matters. Additionally, Ms. Meyer has extensive litigation experience in Indian Child Welfare Act cases. She represents the Navajo Nation and previously represented the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe in cases in Colorado, South Dakota, and South Carolina. Ms. Meyer began her legal career at the Native American Rights Fund researching Indian law issues of concern to attorneys throughout the country employed by Legal Services Corporation funded programs on various Indian reservations. As a member of the Colorado Indian Bar Association, Ms. Meyer has been actively involved in the Bar Association's efforts to directly incorporate the Indian Child Welfare Act into the Colorado Children's Code.

Education and Professional Activities:

Ms. Meyer received her undergraduate degree in 1968 from the University of South Dakota, and her Master of the Arts degree in speech from the University of Minnesota. Ms. Meyer received her law degree from the University of Colorado in 1976.