The official blog by the law office team of KT Law in Steamboat Springs, CO. Insights and anectdotes on and off the subject of law.
This year Klauzer and Tremaine celebrates 25 years of service to the Northwest Colorado!
Recently we celebrated this accomplishment with family and friends. Thank you for your continued support!
The law firm, Klauzer & Tremaine, LLC, was formed in April of 1990, with its office located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. At K&T, our primary focus is upon service to our existing clients. New clients are accepted only when office workload permits, and generally upon recommendation of other clients or professional contacts.
Part of our law firm’s philosophy is that we recognize a responsibility to our community. Each of the attorneys has performed some kind of government service. Each of us has provided support and involvement with local non-profit community organizations.
We provide a wide range of legal services to our clients. If a matter requires someone with special skills or training, we will refer the client to an attorney or other professional whose practice includes or focuses upon the specific client need. For example, we have referred clients to other attorneys for matters of intellectual property (patents, trademarks, copyrights, etc.), complex matters of corporate merger, bankruptcy issues, and major personal injury matters.
This blog is intended to help you get to know us better. Everything from our favorite four legged residents, current activities, background on our attorneys, to some general information on legal subjects will be on this blog. We can be found at http://ktlaw.com/. Also follow us on our facebook page Klauzer & Tremaine, LLC!
If there is any questions, comments, concerns, or something that you would like to read about, please drop a note to Abbey at email@example.com.
The Colorado Supreme Court recognized KTLaw for achieving its 2012 commitment to its annual goal of providing 50 hours of pro bono legal services by each attorney. KTLaw attorneys each provided at least 50 hours of pro bono legal services, which primarily served the indigent and/or organizations serving the indigent. Congrats!
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