Trusts Owning Water Rights Can No Longer Appear in Water Court Without an Attorney 10:28, March 7, 2017

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Category: Colorado Water Law

Over the years the Colorado Supreme Court and the legislature have taken steps to make water court more accessible to pro se applicants, i.e., applicants that are not represented by an attorney. Nonetheless, due to the intricacy of Colorado water law and because the water courts are part of the judicial branch of government, lawyers […]

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Garfield & Hecht, P.C. Successfully Navigates Through Opposition to Allow Town of Eagle to Proceed with Construction of New Water Treatment Plant The firm acts as special counsel for the Town of Eagle, Colorado for water matters. Mary Elizabeth Geiger has worked for the Town of Eagle in this capacity for over ten years. The […]

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