About Elizabeth D. Mitchell


Beth Mitchell is a partner in the law firm of Ambler Keenan Mitchell Johnson. Beth devotes her practice to estate planning, Medicaid planning, elder law, special needs planning, and probate and trust administration.  She is board certified as a Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA)* through the National Elder Law Foundation, and she is a Veterans Administration accredited attorney.  She is a member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Denver Bar Association, and the Colorado Bar Association, where she is a member of the Elder Law Section.


Beth sincerely enjoys working with families to make sure that estate matters are handled correctly and efficiently, as well as helping Seniors and the disabled handle issues that arise from incapacity.  She is a frequent speaker for professionals and the public on educational topics involving estate planning, probate, and elder law.


Beth received her B.A. in English and Speech Communications from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. She was awarded her J.D. from the University of Denver College of Law, where she was an editor for the Preventive Law Reporter and an active member of the University of Denver Student Law Office’s Battered Women’s Clemency Project.


Beth is admitted to practice law before the Supreme Court of the State of Colorado, the United States District Court for the District of Colorado, and the 10th Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals.


Prior to joining Ambler Keenan Mitchell Johnson, Beth’s diverse background included working for the Colorado Bar Association, with the Iowa Coalition Against Domestic Violence as an AmeriCorps member, and interning with South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson on Capitol Hill. She is a South Dakota native who loves to travel and has enjoyed living in Iowa, New York, Washington D.C., and Colorado.

You can contact Beth at beth@ambler-keenan.com.


*The State of Colorado does not certify attorneys in any field.



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