Elizabeth Stuht Borchers

Omaha Attorney Elizabeth Stuht Borchers

American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers

Email: Elizabeth Stuht Borchers |Phone: 402-492-9800 | Toll free: 800-889-9801 | Fax: 402-492-9336

Collaborative Practice

Elizabeth Stuht Borchers joined Marks Clare & Richards, LLC January 1, 1987 and her professional philosophy is an attorney who cares. Elizabeth is an Omaha, Nebraska native fourth generation.  She is the great granddaughter of Arthur Smith Churchill, civil war veteran and Attorney General of Nebraska, 1896-1898. Elizabeth is also the great granddaughter of Ernst Stuht, an Omaha pioneer, and  member of the Omaha City Council 1896. Her father, William C. Stuht and grandfather, Clinton Briggs Stuht both worked in Omaha real estate. Elizabeth’s son Max Honaker also works in commercial real estate with the Lund Company. Elizabeth enjoys bicycling, swimming, reading and wine tasting.

Areas of Practice


Creighton University School of Law, Doctor of Jurisprudence, 1976
Midland Lutheran College, Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, 1973

Admitted to Practice

Nebraska, 1976
U.S. District Court District of Nebraska, 1976
U.S. Federal Court, 1976
U.S. Court of Appeals 8th Circuit, 1989
U.S. Supreme Court, 2005

Professional Memberships

Nebraska State Bar Association, 1976–present Past member, House of Delegates
Judicial Nominating Commission, District Court, 2005–2009
Omaha Bar Association Member, Executive Council 1988–1991, Treasurer, 1995–1996, Secretary 1995
Junior League of Omaha, past board member, 1988
National Association of Women Business Owners, past board member, Omaha Chapter, 1988
American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, elected fellow since 1996
American Association for Justice, 1979–present
Nebraska Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Steering Committee

Awards and Certification

Representative Cases

Latham v. Schwerdtfager

Continuing Legal Education

The Mastery of Collaborative Practice Training, sponsored by the AAML in Chicago, November 6–7, 2010

Published Works

“Nebraska Legal Forms/Family Law,” Butterworths, 1984
“Edition,” The Nebraska Lawyer, 2007