Anakin Skywalker: Lawyer Profile

Patricia Germer-Coolidge, P.C. is a well-established law firm dedicated to providing quality and comprehensive legal services to our clients with the objective of solving problems and reaching resolutions that allow our clients to move forward with their lives. While we prepare to go to trial from the beginning of a case, we attempt to resolve each client’s case with alternatives to litigation in an effort to minimize costs and emotional impact to our client and others involved.


Patricia opened the law firm in 1986. For over three decades, she has served clients in all areas of family law from uncontested to complex cases through individual representation and as a trained mediator and/or arbiter.

Patricia received her law degree from University of Denver Sturm School of Law. She graduated from Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado (Cum Laude).

Patricia has served as the President of the El Paso County Bar Association, a representative to the CBA Board of Governors, Trustee to the El Paso County Bar Association and the President of the El Paso County Women's Lawyer Association.

She is admitted to practice in Colorado and is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, the El Paso County Bar Association, the El Paso County Women's Lawyer Association, the Colorado Women's Bar Association, and the Ben S. Wendelken Inns of Court.

Reagyn A. Germer

Reagyn joined the firm in November 2012. Prior to joining the firm, Reagyn was a staff attorney for the Native American Disability Law Center providing legal services to the members of the Navajo Nation and Hopi Tribe and was in private practice in northern New Mexico. In between private practice, Reagyn worked as a Deputy District Attorney for the 6th Judicial District Attorney in Durango, Colorado.

Reagyn's practice includes Indian law, child welfare law (including the Indian Child Welfare Act representing individuals and Indian tribes), family law, and estate planning. She has extensive experience working with legal service providers and tribal entities providing legal services for victims of domestic violence in protection order, family law, and other related proceeding.

Reagyn received her law degree from University of Colorado School of Law. She graduated from University of Chicago, B.A., with general honors and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society.

Reagyn served on the Women's Resource Board in Durango, Colorado, as the Regional Director for the Young Lawyer's Division of the New Mexico State Bar, and as a Navajo Nation Bar Commissioner for the Shiprock District.

Reagyn is a member of and admitted to practice in the following jurisdictions:

• Colorado
• Montana
• New Mexico
• Arizona (Inactive)
• Southern Ute Indian Tribe
• Navajo Nation (Inactive)