Since 1987, the Andersohn Law Office, P.C. has represented businesses and successful individuals in a wide range of business matters, real estate transactions, contracts, employment agreements, sales and purchases of businesses, estate planning, probate administration, oil and gas leases and agricultural law. The firm has represented national and international construction supply companies for over thirty years, specializing in mechanic’s liens, bond claims, and related litigation. Mr. Andersohn has successfully represented clients in district courts, the Colorado Court of Appeals, and the Colorado Supreme Court.
Nathan L. Andersohn, Esq. was raised in the Midwest with family farming roots back to the 1850s. He has a background in accounting, law, farming, oil & gas and real estate investment. His life experience is an excellent fit for business clients. As an active outdoorsman, he has developed a client base of individuals and companies involved in ranching, hunting, and recreation.
It is a priority of the firm to build long term relationships with clients, to communicate with clients, and to give excellent service at reasonable rates. The success of the firm is based on practical advice from a lawyer with strong business experience. Personal relationships and referrals have been a key to a busy and dynamic practice for thirty years.
The Andersohn Law Office, PC serves all of Colorado, including Larimer County, Boulder County, Jefferson County, Douglas County, Arapahoe County, the City and County of Denver, Adams County, the City and County of Broomfield, Weld County, Morgan County, Elbert County, and El Paso County. We handle cases in all rural areas of Colorado and have statewide experience.
|Attorney||Andersohn Law Office, PC||1987 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Pope and Young Club, Inc.||Trust Fund Committee||N/A|
|Drake University Law School||JD - Doctorate of Jurisprudence||N/A|
|University of Denver Sturm College of Law||N/A||N/A|
|University of Denver||BS - Bachelor of Science in Accounting||N/A|
|Western Metal Lath v. ABC Supply Co., Inc., et al., 851 P.2d 875 (Colo. 1993)|