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A Colorado real estate law, estate planning, probate administration, and civil litigation law firm

Quintana Law Firm, LLC

The Quintana Law Firm, LLC is located at:
7400 E. Caley Avenue, Suite 300

Centennial, Colorado 80111

Please call us at (720) 515-4789 to discuss your legal matters or to schedule an initial consultation meeting. We also speak Spanish.  

The Quintana Law Firm, LLC provides legal services throughout Denver and the Front Range areas. The firm is conveniently located in South Denver in the Denver Tech Center (DTC) area.

Colorado cities & towns served:
Arvada, Aurora, Boulder, Breckenridge, Brighton, Broomfield, Castle Rock, Centennial,
Colorado Springs, Commerce City, Denver, Englewood, Federal Heights, Fort Collins, Fountain, Golden, Greeley, Greenwood Village, Lakewood, Leadville, Littleton, Longmont, Louisville, Loveland, Northglenn, Parker, Thornton, Westminster, and Wheat Ridge.

Colorado counties served:
Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Gilpin, Grand, Jefferson, Lake, Larimer, Summit, and Weld.

Other Colorado cities, towns and counties are available upon request.  Referrals are appreciated and welcomed. Please feel free to refer any potential clients to the Quintana Law Firm, LLC. 

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Quintana Law Firm, LLC provides exceptional legal representation in the areas of real estate law, estate planning and probate administration, business and corporate law, and civil litigation.

Real Estate Law - including residential and commercial investment in the purchase, sale or lease of real estate; evictions (Forcible Entry and Detainer “F.E.D”); landlord-tenant issues, lease drafting and review; civil litigation; debt collections, liens, and mechanics’ liens for contractors and sub-contractors for building projects; negotiating with lenders for loan modifications, deeds in lieu and short sales on distressed properties; foreclosures; title review and issues;  and Home Owners Associations (“HOA”) advising and representation for both residents and board of directors; 

Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning - including will and trust drafting; estate planning; business & succession planning; probate administration; real estate related issues; planned charitable giving; Powers of Attorney (POA) including: Financial Power of Attorney, General Power of Attorney for Property, Durable Power of Attorney for Medical and Financial decisions; Instructions for the Disposition of Body and Funeral or Memorial Service; Advance Directive for Medical/Surgical Treatment (aka Living Will); Memorandum Distributing Tangible Personal Property;  and

Business / Corporate Law - including business transactions, contract drafting, review, and negotiation; entity formation and dissolution (of corporations, general partnerships and limited liability partnerships (“LLP”), limited liability companies (“LLC”), and non-profits (501(c)(3)); collections, liens, mechanics’ liens, breach of contract; corporate compliance and governance with state and federal agencies; civil litigation; employment law - including drafting and negotiating employment contracts (W2), independent contractors agreements (1099), covenants not to compete, buy-sell agreements, operating agreements, articles of incorporation and organization, and other employer/employee related documents.

Contact us today at (720) 515-4789 to see how we can assist you with your legal matters.
We also speak Spanish. 

Referrals are appreciated and welcomed.  Please feel free to refer any potential clients to the Quintana Law Firm, LLC.

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