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Small business owners in Littleton and throughout Colorado understand how important it is to protect their business interests. They make things like tax preparation and reinvesting in their businesses a priority, and they should do the same when it comes to legal representation. Even if a business is unable to keep a full-time in-house attorney on its payroll, every effort should be made to establish a relationship with a reputable attorney
Christopher Forrest of Miller & Steiert has been appointed to the Board of Directors of EarthLinks, a Colorado non-profit which provides innovative educational and vocational programs for homeless women in the Denver metro area. “ To see more about EarthLinks’ programs please visit: http://www.earthlinks-colorado.org/
Anyone who has been through a divorce understands how essential it is to have experienced legal representation. Divorce is one of the toughest and most emotionally trying phases of a person’s life, so worrying about legal matters is the last thing you need. Unfortunately, even once your divorce is complete, there are still loose ends that need tying up. A family law attorney is not only able to support you
Miller & Steiert’s annual popsicle brigade hands out free popsicles to the parade spectators at the Western Welcome Week parade in Littleton. Miller & Steiert has been keeping parade goers cool with popsicle for about 30 years. Check out the video from this year’s parade!
October 1st, 2013 is the deadline for certain employers to provide a document to their employees regarding coverage options which may be available through the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act – also known as “Obama Care”. The October 1st deadline is only about providing notice to employees. It does not mean that a company must offer medical coverage under the Affordable Care Act – those rules have been postponed by
Walter Kelly has been elected as a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. The Counsel is a national association that brings together lawyers who have made outstanding contributions to the field of trust and estate law. Its purpose is to maintain a high quality of trust and estate legal services, and to contribute to the improvement of the areas of law in which trusts and estates lawyers
Benjamin Currier is the Arapahoe County Bar Association's 2007 recipient of the Tommy D. Drinkwine Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year. Currier received the award at the Bar Association's annual meeting in June in recognition of his commitment to the improvement of our community, as well as enthusiastic service to clients, the public and the Bar Association, according to David J. Stevens, present of the Arapahoe County Bar Association. "Ben represents
Bob Steiert is very active in the Denver Tech Rotary Club, which has raised more than $100,000 over the past five years for food and education programs, vaccinations, and clean water. Its annual auction fundraiser, For the Love of Children, was featured in the Your Hub sections of the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News.
Scott Kleger is a new Contributing Author for The Practitioner's Guide to Colorado Employment Law (CLE in Colo., Inc., 2008)
Walter Kelly was elected to serve as Secretary Treasury of the Trust & Estate Section Executive Council of the Colorado Bar Association for the 2008-2009 term. Kelly also was selected by his peers for inclusion in the 2009 and 2010 edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the specialty of Trusts and Estates.
Miller & Steiert has recognized Paralegal Linda Henderson for her 25 years of service at the firm. Linda was hired by Miller & Steiert founder Marty Miller in 1984, "because of my height," Linda joked at the firm luncheon in her honor. "Marty needed someone tall who could reach the top shelves." Eventually, Linda started working with Mike Miller, focusing on family law, commercial litigation and criminal law. In a heartfelt
Attorneys Katy Miller and Gary Clexton, along with daughters Abby and Angie, volunteered in 2009 with the Special Olympics of Colorado at Copper Mountain. This is Clexton's 4th year, and Miller's 3rd year, helping out with the Winter Games, serving Colorado's children and adults with intellectual disabilities. The two Miller & Steiert attorneys and their daughters volunteered on Saturdays for the eight weeks leading up to the Special Olympics Winter Games,
Four of our attorneys have been named Colorado 2011 Super Lawyers! Michael P. Miller has been named for the second year, in the fields of Business/Corporate and Family Law. Walter Kelly has been named for the second consecutive year, in the fields of Estate Planning and Probate, as well as Estate and Trust Litigation. And Benjamin Currier has been named a 2011 Super Lawyer Rising Star. In addition, Katy Miller now
Benjamin Currier, who began his legal practice as an associate with Miller & Steiert in 2004, has been named a Shareholder at the firm. Ben litigates criminal, family law, and general civil disputes. Among his many accomplishments, Ben was invited by the Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court to serve as the Liaison among the Colorado Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division and the Chief Justice's Commission on the Legal Profession.
Shareholder Ben Currier is leading an effort to get Colorado veterans and their families better access to legal services. Ben and other members of the Colorado and Denver Bar Associations have implemented recommendations from the Colorado Commission on the Legal Profession to create "Colorado Lawyers for Colorado Veterans," a statewide pro bono program to help veterans and their families. "I saw the need for pro bono services for veterans when I