GREGORY S. BELL was an honors graduate of Colorado State University in Resource Management and received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder, in 1979. During law school, Greg clerked for the Denver firm of Yegge, Hall, and Evans. After the bar examination, he relocated his practice and family to Fort Collins, Colorado. His work included services for the Town of Wellington, Colorado in 1980 and 1981, as well as business litigation, real estate, and personal injury work. In 1983 he co-founded the firm. Greg's career emphasized Bankruptcy litigation and a civil trial practice for many years, but now is focused more heavily on financial, transactional, and estate practice. In the last ten years he has also emphasized real estate development, business planning and dispute avoidance in the real estate and business arenas. He currently is Town attorney for the Town of Severance and the senior attorney for the firm. Greg is a member of the Colorado and Larimer County Bar Associations.
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