Ed began practicing law in Colorado in 1972. He has held a Martindale-Hubbell AV... more
Ed began practicing law in Colorado in 1972. He has held a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent , his peers highest rating for over 30 years. He started out as an Assistant City Attorney for the City of Lakewood, initially as a prosecutor and then as a civil litigator. In 1974 he entered private practice and began a general practice which concentrated on bankruptcy, real estate, business law, wills... view profile
Alan's law practice includes cases involving litigation-personal injury, criminal... more
Alan's law practice includes cases involving litigation-personal injury, criminal defense, family law, civil/commercial/contractual, bankruptcy, and probate-drafting of estate documents, wills and trusts and business formation and consultation Alan has been a licensed Colorado attorney since 1980. He received a J. D. degree from the University of Denver College of Law (1980) and a B.S.B.A. deg... view profile
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