Melinda Beck practices in the areas of conservation, land use, real estate transactions and real property transfers.
Jeremy’s practice focuses upon tax, estate and succession planning for closely held family farms, ranches and businesses and related real estate matters, including tax and real estate aspects of conservation easements.
Mike is a tax attorney who has worked with buyers of conservation easement tax credits providing tax credit review prior to the purchase of tax credits. He also represents taxpayers in audits with the IRS and the state of Colorado.
Richard L. Emmett, PC
P.O. Box 458
Durango, CO 81302
Office: (970) 247-2573
Fax: (970) 247-2574
Representing land owners for over 30 years in complex conservation transactions including donated and purchased easements, bargain sales, and transactions funded by local, state and federal grants.
Jane B. Fredman
Juanita Kelley, Paralegal
Jane B. Fredman, LLC
13511 Northgate Estates Drive, Suite 250
Colorado Springs, CO 80921
Office: (719 ) 434-5607
Fax: (719) 471-1234
Jane has broad experience in assisting landowners in the negotiation, drafting and review of conservation easements, and also maintains a general real estate and business practice with an emphasis on residential and commercial real estate transactions and documentation, land use, development, owners associations and business entity formation and guidance.
Larry D. Harvey
Larry D. Harvey, P.C.
5290 DTC Parkway, Suite 150
Englewood, CO 80111
Office: (303) 220-7810
Fax: (303) 850-7115
Larry has extensive experience in representing taxpayers in disputes before the Internal Revenue Service and within the United States court system with Tax Court cases and actions before the Federal District Court.
Holsinger Law, LLC specializes in lands, wildlife and water law. Kent Holsinger comes from a ranching family in North Park and represents landowners on conservation easements.
Conservation Law, P.C. is a land conservation law firm devoted to protecting working landscapes and environmentally significant lands in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West through the use of perpetual conservation easements. Jessica Jay, the founder and principal attorney of Conservation Law, P.C., represents landowners and easement holders to conserve land using durable, enforceable, and flexible perpetual conservation easements drafted to anticipate changes over time. Ms. Jay is dedicated to ensuring the permanence of such land conservation through sound conservation transactions and the defense and enforcement of perpetual conservation easements. The first consultation is free; please feel free to contact Jessica by phone at 303-674-3709, or by email.
Gregg specializes in legal issues related to estate planning, farm and ranch operation and conservation easements. Gregg works with landowners throughout the state of Colorado.
Peter D. Nichols
Berg, Hill, Greenleaf, Ruscitti LLP
1712 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO 80302
201 Main Street
Carbondale, CO 81623
Office: (303) 402-1600
Direct: (303) 345-2642
Fax: (303) 402-1601
Peter specializes in water and conservation law, including innovative and complex water issues in conservation easements. He is the author of Water Rights Handbook for Colorado Conservation Professionals, and director emeritus of the Colorado Water Trust.
Bill has been providing legal advice to land owners, land trust and governments for conservation easements and other conservation transactions since 1981. He serves as counsel to the Colorado Coalition of Land Trusts and has been involved in drafting all of Colorado’s conservation easement laws during the last thirty years.