ALPERN MYERS STUART LLC Seated (L-R): Matt Werner, Lisa Hickey, Ken Myers, Greg O’Boyle, Jina Koultchitzka, and Andrew McVay (who is no longer with the Firm) Standing (L-R): Dan Stuart, John Cyboron, Peggy Hayes, Steve Harris, Howie Alpern, and Al Ziegler

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Alpern Myers Stuart LLC is a full service law firm that has provided superior representation to its individual and business clients for over 35 years. The firm was organized in 1973 by Edward S. Johnson, Esq., and by the Honorable Robert M. Isaac, a former Municipal Court Judge and Mayor of Colorado Springs. The offices of the firm were originally located at the United Bank Building. The firm is currently located in former warehouses that members of the firm lovingly remodeled in 1983 and for which Downtown Colorado Springs presented its “Beautification Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Aesthetic Enhancement of Downtown Colorado Springs.”

 

 

Alpern Myers Stuart LLC, is a full service law firm that has provided superior representation to its individual and business clients for over 35 years. The firm was organized in 1973 by Edward S. Johnson, Esq., and by the Honorable Robert M. Isaac, a former Municipal Court Judge and Mayor of Colorado Springs. The offices of the firm were originally located at the United Bank Building. The firm is currently located in former warehouses that members of the firm lovingly remodeled in 1983 and for which Downtown Colorado Springs presented its “Beautification Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Aesthetic Enhancement of Downtown Colorado Springs.”

We have slowly grown in order to serve the needs of our clients to include eight members, two attorneys of counsel, one associate and an experienced and dedicated support staff.

Participation in the community is important to us. Members of the firm have served in various civic, religious, political, and arts related endeavors. The firm has included mayors of the cities of Colorado Springs and Manitou Springs, city council members, officers, directors and lay leaders of religious organizations and service clubs, board members of performing arts and arts support organizations, board members of non-profit organizations, a chair of the Colorado Transportation Commission, and an aide to a U.S. Congressman.