For almost thirty years, the attorneys at Oates, Knezevich, Gardenswartz, Kelly & Morrow, P.C. have been providing high quality legal services throughout Colorado. Our number one priority is to deliver unparalleled legal advice and representation to each client.
Our clientele is extremely diverse, from families and businesses that are just starting out, to well-established enterprises and executives at Fortune 500 companies. We represent local and national companies as well as individuals. Listed in the Martindale Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, our attorneys not only strive to achieve the client’s goals, but also to eliminate surprises and explain the process along the way.
Our real estate practitioners are involved in the acquisition and sale of residential and commercial property, land use planning, financing, construction matters, leasing and foreclosures. This includes planning and structuring complex and straightforward real estate transactions for our clients. We represent buyers, sellers, developers, lenders and title companies. We have extensive knowledge and experience in the Pitkin, Garfield and Eagle County areas.
Our litigation practice encompasses general litigation as well as construction and business litigation. The firm also specializes in all aspects of family law practice. We use our vast experience to achieve successful results whether through negotiation, mediation, arbitration, trials or appellate work.
Our business, tax and estate planning attorneys represent clients in a diverse array of matters. In every area of specialty our number one concern is to help our clients meet their needs through dedication, compassion, intellect and hard work.
The firm values its place as a member of Aspen’s legal community. Equally important is the role our firm plays in the communities where we live and raise our families. We are committed to giving back. We serve on a variety of non-profit boards and we actively support a number of local charities and events such as the BuddyProgram.
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