On Wednesday, September 6, 2023, the Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Supreme Court of Colorado suspended attorney Cynthia Lowery-Graber for mishandling a property title dispute and a loan modification case.

The case is entitled “People v. Cynthia Lowery-Graber,” with case no. 22PDJ051.

The charges cited Rules of Professional Conduct and Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct Rules 1.3, 4.1(a) and, 8.4(c).

The case stemmed from Lowery-Graber’s representation of a client in a property title dispute that began in 2015. Despite never filing the necessary legal actions, she consistently misled her client and a property vendor, fabricating claims of court actions. This misconduct spanned from 2016 to 2020 and only came to light when the property was sold to another party in 2019.

Furthermore, Lowery-Graber mishandled a loan modification case for the same client in 2016, failing to respond to communications and misrepresenting the situation. This egregious behavior led to violations of professional conduct rules, including diligence, truthfulness, and ethical standards.

Through this conduct, Lowery-Graber violated the abovementioned misconduct thus, the Presiding Disciplinary judge approved the parties’ stipulation to discipline and suspended Lowery-Graber for thirty months. To be reinstated to practice law in Colorado, Lowery-Graber must demonstrate rehabilitation, compliance with disciplinary orders, and fitness to practice, supported by clear and convincing evidence.

According to avvo.com, Ms. Lowery-Graber is a litigation attorney in Denver, Colorado. She attended the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, graduating in 2002.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.