Elizabeth moved to New Mexico after completing her law degree in southern California. She found a place to call home in New Mexico and a place to raise her family. She has fallen in love with New Mexico and all it has to offer!
When Elizabeth is not working tirelessly for her clients, she is either at the baseball field or on the tennis court. Watching her son play baseball, her step-daughter play tennis or playing tennis herself are her favorite past times. Elizabeth is a co-parent who is proud of what she has done over the years to create a healthy environment for her son to thrive despite having what has been labeled a “broken home.” She understands the difficulties involved in creating a healthy environment for her family and works hard every day to overcome the stereotypical view of a “broken home.”
Elizabeth recognizes that when facing a legal dispute related to one’s family, whether it be your child, your elderly mother or yourself, you are facing a highly emotional situation that requires a tailored approach. Elizabeth is a compassionate advocate who tailors her representation to meet an individual’s needs. She is determined to make sure her clients are well represented and are armed with realistic expectations before stepping into the court room.
Prior to forming Ashton Horton Mullins, Elizabeth worked as an assistant attorney general in the Appellate Division of the Office of the New Mexico Attorney General and as a litigator in family law, probate, guardianship and estate planning. Elizabeth is experienced in domestic relations disputes, probate, mediation and guardianship and conservator proceedings. Elizabeth’s unique experience has made her highly knowledgeable in complex legal matters such as death during divorce, Medicaid divorce, and guardianship/power of attorney divorces. She is an experienced Guardian ad Litem and is a passionate advocate for the protected person’s best interest at all times.