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Cyndi Brewster is professional, easy to talk to, very knowledgeable in her field and responds in a timely... more
Denver  Cynthia E Brewster

Cynthia Brewster

Denver, CO Family
Avvo rating 7.3
Mark Chapleau was not my attorney when I divorced five years ago. This was a costly mistake and a big regret.... more
Denver  Mark D Chapleau

Mark Chapleau

Denver, CO Family
Avvo rating 9.1
Pete was proactive and helpful throughout the process of helping with my claim. I definitely appreciated his... more
Denver  Peter J. McCaffrey

Peter McCaffrey

Denver, CO Lawyer
Avvo rating 5.9
After a Dui and facing my father's cancer I was scared I wasn't going to be there for my family. Trent... more
Denver  Michael Trent Trani

Michael Trani

Denver, CO DUI & DWI
Avvo rating 9.4
Gantenbein Law set up my L.L.C. perfectly for tax purposes. I feel I have a real winning team behind me at... more
Denver  Keith Alan Gantenbein Jr.

Keith Gantenbein

Denver, CO Real Estate
Avvo rating 10.0
I came to this law firm in hopes of receiving assistance in an immigration case for a K-1 Visa. I paid them... more
Denver  Kevin D Heupel

Kevin Heupel

Denver, CO Bankruptcy & Debt
Avvo rating 8.4
Michael Turner Field demonstrated excellence in every area of his service as my attorney in an employment law... more
Denver  Michael Turner Field

Michael Field

Denver, CO Employment & Labor
Avvo rating 8.6
Mechelle was my attorney about 2 years ago. A friend asked me for advice and it made me think of my bad... more
Denver  Mechelle Y Faulk

Mechelle Faulk

Denver, CO Family
Avvo rating 10.0

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practicing lawyers in Denver

Denver is the “Mile High City” since its elevation is exactly one mile above sea level. But that’s not its only unique claim.

A group of Georgia prospectors found Colorado Territory on their expedition seeking gold. The gold rush is the main reason the city was developed. However, when a gold claim was discovered in a neighboring town, the gold seekers deserted the city.

Those disillusioned by the lack of gold and harsh winters elsewhere returned to Denver for its mild climate and to pursue other endeavors, building its reputation as a center for trade.