Rose Zapor | Lakewood Elder Law Lawyer
Rose Mary Zapor is an attorney licensed to practice in the State of Colorado. Her practice is limited to the areas of Elder Law and Mediation.
Ms. Zapor holds several degrees, including a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and History, a Master of Arts in Education, and a Juris Doctorate. She has been licensed to teach in four states, and has taught classes ranging from elementary school through Graduate studies. She was an Assistant Professor at Indiana University of Pennsylvania from 1979 through 1981, and Adjunct Faculty in American Politics, Ethics, and Communications at colleges and universities in Colorado, Oklahoma and Missouri.
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
Colorado Bar Association
1st Judicial District
Dispute Resolution Section
Elder Law Section
MVL Volunteer Attorney
Family Law Section
Contributing Author, Senior Law Handbook, 2010-2012
Contributing Author, Colorado Elder Law Handbook, 2011, 2012
Contributing Author, Practitioner's Guide to Colorado Domestic Law, 2008 - 2012
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Outstanding Young Women of America, International Who's Who of Women
Serving Lakewood CO, Jefferson County, and the surrounding area.
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