We Hope to Serve You

We hope that browsing our website gives you a sense of who we are and why we can help you resolve your legal issues. STANDING: Dan Stuart, John Cyboron, Peggy Hayes, Steve Harris, Howie Alpern, and Al Ziegler; SEATED: Matt Werner, Lisa Hickey, Ken Myers, Greg O’Boyle, and Jina Koultchitzka

Centrally Located to Serve You

Our office is centrally located in downtown Colorado Springs with convenient access to I-25, the city planning department and all local courthouses.

Involved in the Community

We hired local artist Doug Rouse to beautify the south side of our building. His mural project, done with funding from the Downtown Development Authority, depicts a localized version of the Palsgraf v. Long Island Railroad case. This is one example of our firm's commitment to the community.

Local Lawyers With Local Solutions

Sit down and meet with us. We think you will appreciate our seasoned and cost-conscious approach to solving your legal issue.

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Alpern Myers Stuart LLC serves its clients in a wide range of legal planning and litigation needs. We want to be your lawyers!

Alpern Myers Stuart LLC offers a wide range of legal services through attorneys that lead the community in professionalism, experience and advice.  The firm was started in 1973 by Ed Johnson and Bob Isaac, who served as a Municipal Court Judge and Mayor of Colorado Springs.

Alpern Myers Stuart LLC has grown to include eight member attorneys, two attorneys of counsel, and one senior associate attorney.  Together, these attorneys can help you resolve almost any issue that arises in a competent and cost-effective manner.  Alpern Myers Stuart LLC’s attorneys are conscious of the burden of attorney’s fees and expenses and continues to lead the way in providing efficient, quality service with an eye toward saving expense whenever possible.

Alpern Myers Stuart LLC’s attorneys participate in a wide variety of community activities and service.  Attorneys at the firm serve in various civic, religious, political, and arts related endeavors.  Past and current firm members have 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, and board members of non-profit organizations.