Glenn Roethler was raised on a small farm in rural Washington State, where he enjoyed an adventurous childhood filled with riding motorcycles, shooting, fishing, driving tractors, bucking hay, and racing go-karts. In high school, Glenn  enjoyed sports, playing football as a defensive end, participating on the golf team, and a member of the track team.

Glenn pursued higher education at the University of Washington, majoring in Law, Society, and Justice, and frequently making the Dean’s List. It was during this time that he developed a passion for law and politics. Summers were spent working as a carpenter and laborer for various construction firms, which helped fund his undergraduate education and further shaped his perspectives.

After completing his undergraduate studies, Glenn spent six months traveling across Europe, where he learned conversational German while living in Berlin and visited numerous art and history museums. This period of exploration broadened his horizons before he returned to pursue a legal education.

Glenn attended Arizona State University College of Law, later known as the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, where he honed his legal skills and developed a penchant for debating various legal concepts. Following law school, he briefly served as in-house counsel for a title company before deciding to establish his own law firm.

In collaboration with colleagues, Glenn co-founded Greeves & Roethler, PLC, where he continues to practice law, focusing on a wide range of areas including consumer bankruptcy, estate planning, business formation and immigration law.

Finally, Glenn has developed a keen interest in real estate investment, particularly in the areas of property flipping and becoming a landlord. With a robust background in construction, Glenn’s hands-on experience has enabled him to identify and capitalize on lucrative real estate opportunities. He leverages his legal background to navigate the complexities of real estate transactions, ensuring compliance and maximizing returns. Whether transforming undervalued properties into market-ready homes or managing rental properties as a landlord, Glenn applies the same meticulous attention to detail and relentless drive for success that characterize his legal practice.

Practice Areas:


  • Consumer Bankruptcy
  • Commercial Bankruptcy
  • Chapter 7
  • Chapter 11
  • Chapter 12
  • Chapter 13
  • Foreclosures
  • Debt Reorganization
  • Estate Planning
  • Wills and Trusts
  • Probate
  • Immigration Law
  • Visa Law
  • Business Formation

Bar Admission:

  • Arizona, 2008


  • Arizona Department of Real Estate #SA691180000
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board #250974 (as Revo Enterprises, LLC)
  • Oregon Real Estate Agency #201251860


  • J.D., Arizona State University, 2007
  • B.A., University of Washington, 2003

Professional Memberships:

  • State Bar of Arizona
  • Arizona Real Estate Investment Association
  • West and Southeast Realots of the Valley
  • Willamette Valley


  • English
  • German (Conversational)