Alpern Myers Stuart LLC provides comprehensive legal services through friendly, experienced attorneys that lead the community in professionalism, legal knowledge, and results. The firm was started in 1973 by Ed Johnson and Bob Isaac, who served as a Municipal Court Judge and Mayor of Colorado Springs.
Our legal team's depth of knowledge of the law and our community combine to offer each client an immediate advantage. Experience does make a difference in reaching better legal solutions in a more timely and cost effective manner. Let us show you the difference. Call today to speak directly with one of our legal specialists.
Arbitrations and Mediations
Colorado Tax Audits & Appeal Issues
Common Interest Community Formation
DUI and DUID Defense
Family Law and Domestic Relations
Government Accountability Law
Homeowners Association Representation
IRS Tax Audits & Appeal Issues
Medical Practice Management and Transactions
Mergers and Acquisitions
Non-profit Entity Formation and Management
Oil & Gas Leasing
Quiet Title matters
Real Estate (residential and commercial)
Real Estate Acquisitions
Real Estate Development
Real Estate Financing
Real Estate Loan Workout matters
Real Estate Lease Agreement Issues
Real Estate Property Disclosure Issues
Tax Planning and Tax Controversies
Trusts and Estates
Alpern Myers Stuart attorneys are proud to have been selected as members of the Colorado Springs Style’s Top Attorneys in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017, as deemed outstanding by their peers.
This special honor reflects the professional opinions of the dedicated individuals practicing law in our community. Colorado Springs Style, working in association with the El Paso County Bar Association, conducted the survey.
Education Law - Matthew Werner
Juvenile Law - Matthew Werner
Bankruptcy - Kenneth Myers
Civil Litigation - Greg O’Boyle
Call today for additional information regarding any legal question. Our depth of experience is matched by our willingness to confidentially listen to your individual legal questions. (719) 471-7955
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