Elizabeth Bush, Attorney, Mediator, Guardian ad Litem
Elizabeth joined Horizons Law Group, LLC in 2015.
Currently, Elizabeth sits on the Board of the Wisconsin State Bar’s Young Lawyer’s Division and, in that position, serves as a liaison to the Board of the State Bar’s Family Law Section. She is also a member of the State Bar’s New Lawyer Challenges Committee in which she actively participated in planning and implementing the first annual Greater Wisconsin Initiative for new lawyers in 2016.
While in law school, Elizabeth participated in the Child Advocacy Clinic for two semesters, and participated in a clinic as a student attorney in juvenile court, primarily as a Guardian ad Litem in CHIPS matters.
Elizabeth has life experience working in early childhood education prior to law school. She was also the student director maintaining cases in juvenile and family law, including Guardian ad Litem work, as well as providing support and assistance to clinic participants.
Elizabeth also has an undergraduate degree in elementary education with an emphasis in early childhood. She also gained classroom teaching experience as an early childhood teacher where she became skilled at being approachable to children of all ages and gaining their trust.
Elizabeth is the mother of two young children which has provided her a deeper understanding of the developmental needs of children and learning first-hand how important compassion and stability are to children in times of turmoil and transition.
In 2014, Elizabeth and her family relocated to the Waukesha area and joined Horizons Law Group, LLC, after opening a solo law practice and immediately accepting Guardian ad Litem appointments in the juvenile courts of both Waukesha and Milwaukee Counties.
Family law including Divorce, Child Support, Placement, & Custody, Post-divorce, and Paternity
Divorce Mediation, helping parties resolve disputes and learn to communicate effectively while guiding them through the divorce process
Juvenile Law, including Adoption, Termination of Parental Rights, Injunctions, and CHIPS cases
Adoption, including Step-parent Adoption
Guardianship, including Adults and Minor children