Joshua A. Long

Joshua A. Long

Landlord / Tenant Lawyer

Longmont, CO





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About Me

I am a Longmont, Colorado-based solo attorney who focuses on helping consumers and small businesses with a variety of legal issues ranging from worker's compensation to drafting and reviewing contracts to landlord-tenant disputes. I grew up in Massachusetts but fell in love with the grandeur of the West as a young adult and have resided in Arizona, Colorado and Wyoming for about 18 years. My wife...

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Practice Areas

Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card


Contingent (25%-33%), Free Consultation (30 minutes), Hourly ($75-$150/hour)

Client Reviews

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Nonpayment Issues Resolved

Posted by: a client about 1 month ago.

Josh took care of my nonpayment case, and I was successful in getting the majority of my payment from the tenant. It was a pleasure to work with...

Present, precise, and timely.

Posted by: Anna over 1 year ago.

This last fall I had to break my lease due to a mouse infestation and was having difficulties dealing with the landlord company. I found Josh via...
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Cyril R Vidergar
Cyril Vidergar

Longmont, CO

Over 1 year ago

Relationship: Worked together on matter

A solid problem-solver, creative and dedicated to the letter of the law; Knowlegable and skilled in landlord-tenant matters; Dilligently pursues...
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2008 License Status: Active for the state of Colorado.
Last updated by Avvo: 07/02/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2009 – present

Joshua A. Long, llc


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2008 JD - Juris Doctor in Law

University of Wyoming College of Law


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2009- present member

Boulder County Bar Association

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2011 Point/Counterpoint: Medical Marijuana and the Merits of Senate Bill 10-109; New Law Doesn't Go Far Enough to Legitimize Medical Marijuana

The Colorado Lawyer