Welcome to Dennis B. Green, Attorney at Law
The legal team at Dennis B. Green, Attorney at Law is at your service. We offer reliable advice and representation in legal matters concerning a variety of disciplines. Learn more about the legal practice and its fields of focus.
Mr. Green has over 34 years of experience in various aspects of legal representation centered around real estate matters. He has considerable trial and litigation experience in all levels of State and Federal Courts including cases before the Colorado Court of Appeals, Colorado Supreme Court, and the United States District Court for Colorado. Green has both private firm law experience and substantial public service including the Pueblo County Attorney’s Office and as the City Attorney for Central City.
Dennis Green was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and his parents moved to Pueblo, Colorado, when he was eight years old. He has lived the rest of his life in Colorado in Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and Aspen.
APPROACH AND VALUES
Dennis has proven commitments to serving the interests of his clients in all circumstances. The most important quality for an attorney is the ability to listen and to put himself in the shoes of the client. Technical ability and knowledge are a given but what sets Dennis apart is his ability to consider and relate to the all points of view and the needs of the client. A result which recognizes the rights and needs of all parties is often the most desirable result provided that the client’s right to essential justice is furthered. However, when litigation is the only or the optimum way to achieve the results, Dennis has earned the reputation as a tenacious and aggressive litigator with proven results in thousands of cases.
Green is fully qualified to provide legal services in the following areas which are centered around real property issues:
Land Use, Zoning, and Development
Real Estate and Property Disputes
Litigation, Arbitration, and Appeals
Landlord-Tenant, Leases, Evictions
Bankruptcy and Reorganization
Business Entity Formation
Civil Rights Protection