Areas of Practice
- Bankruptcy, including Chapter 7 liquidations, Chapter 13 reorganization, and Chapter 11 and 12 business and farm reorganizations in all aspects, including bankruptcy litigation.
- Consumer Law
- Landlord/Tenant Law and Real Estate
- Debtor/Creditor Rights
- General Litigation
- Business Law
- Criminal Defense
- Probate and Estates
Born: Dallas, Texas, September 20, 1968. Admitted to bar: 2005 Texas; 2006 Colorado. Education: Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois (B.A., English, 1991); St. Mary's University School of Law, San Antonio, Texas (J.D., 2005). Staff Writer and Associate Editor, St. Mary’s Law Journal, 2003-2005.
- Comment, The Texas Cave Bug and the California Arroyo Toad “Take” on the Constitution’s Commerce Clause, 36 St. Mary's Law Journal 149 (2004).
- Recent Development, Kelo v. City of New London, Tulare Lake Water Basin District v. United States, and Washoe County v. United States: A Fifth Amendment Takings Primer, 36 St. Mary's Law Journal 669 (2005).
- Book Review, “Review of Legal Resources: The Electronic Evidence and Discovery Handbook: Forms, Checklists, and Guidelines,” The Colorado Lawyer, January 2007.
Mr. Lowenberg’s goal in every case is to treat all his clients with the same dignity and respect that he would hope to receive if he were the client and they were the attorney. He has practiced in the Montrose area since 2006 with an emphasis on bankruptcy law in a diverse nature of matters, civil litigation, probate including guardianship and conservatorship proceedings and trust disputes, and misdemeanor and felony criminal defense.
A native of Dallas, Texas, Mr. Lowenberg earned his law degree at St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas, where he served on Law Journal. Mr. Lowenberg enjoys spending time with his wife and three children hiking, fishing, and camping, entertaining their Shi-Tzu/Poodle named Kiya, CrossFit and Jiujitsu, and recently took up the guitar.
Mr. Lowenberg is proud to be affiliated with the public interest advocacy organization Alliance Defending Freedom in which he is increasing involved in civil rights advocacy related to religious liberty, freedom of conscience and freedom of expression, and marriage and family issues.
Mr. Lowenberg is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, the Colorado Consumer Bankruptcy Association, the Seventh Judicial District Bar Association of Western Colorado, and is admitted to practice law in the State of Colorado, the State of Texas, Federal District Court for the District of Colorado, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of the United States.