Lawrence P. Hartlaub, Attorney
Mr. Hartlaub was admitted to the practice of law in Colorado in 1971, Arizona in 1985, and Illinois in 1968. He was born in Chicago, Illinois, obtained B.A. from St. Ambrose College (Davenport, Iowa), and J.D. from Loyola University School of Law (Chicago).
Larry is a member of the Colorado, Arizona and Illinois Bar Associations, having served as President of the Northwest Colorado Bar Association. After working in a bank trust department in Illinois, Larry practiced law in Granby, Colorado, in his own law firm for seventeen years. Then, he relocated to Vail, Colorado with the law firm of Dunn, Abplanalp & Christensen, P.C. He also had a law office in Fountain Hills, Arizona, for a few years.
Since 1995, Mr. Hartlaub has been a contract attorney for the Firm of Atwater & Herren, Attorneys at Law, LLC. He has maintained offices in Winter Park (one day a week) and the Denver metropolitan area. Mr. Hartlaub is available to clients of Atwater & Herren in both the Denver and the Winter Park office.
Mr. Hartlaub's full time practice continues to emphasize his expertise and long experience in the following areas - all aspects of estate planning including wills, trusts, probate, estate administration, trust administration, and estate tax avoidance. He is also highly experienced in handling real estate transactions (sale/purchases, financing, and foreclosures), and small business assistance (formation, sales/purchases and financing).
On a personal note, he has been married to his wonderful wife, Linda, for 33 years; has two daughters. Rounding out his family is Toby (dog- gets him out walking) and Clyde (daughter's quarter horse - reining competition). Larry resides near Elizabeth, Colorado.
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