Since 1996, The Law Office of Richard A. Levine has maintained a practice in Evergreen, Colorado. The firm represents clients throughout Colorado and California in state and federal courts.
The firm focuses on the following areas of practice:
Personal Injury: The firm represents clients accidentally injured in transportation related accidents, premises accidents, and professional negligence. The Firm has recovered millions of dollars in damages for injured persons.
Commercial Litigation: The firm has an exceptional track record resolving complex business disputes. Its reputation as vigorous and successful trial advocates often enables it to successfully negotiate favorable results, short of litigation, as adverse parties understand that if reasoned, amicable solutions are not developed, they face daunting prospects at trial.
Family Law: The firm handles all aspects of marital dissolution, including allocation of assets and liabilities, spousal support, and child support.
Estate Planning and Probate:
The firm provides its clients complete estate planning services on a cost-effective basis. Depending on their circumstances, clients receive all necessary documents including a wills, trusts, living wills, durable powers of attorney, and custodial arrangements for their minor children, if any.
In the event of death, the firm handles all aspects of estate administration, including probate and trust administration.
Business Law and Real Estate Transactions:
Business formation and operations, including negotiations, mergers, sales, capital development and labor issues.The firm represents commercial and residential clients in purchases and sales, development of properties including condominium associations, disputes involving contractors, liens, financing. leases, and contractor disputes.
Lead partner, Rich Levine has established a specialty mediation practice (Mediation Associates, Inc.) to assist married couples negotiate an amicable dissolution of marriage. This service allows couples to construct their own arrangements, typically at a fraction of the expense of a contested divorce.