Dan Reynolds

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Dan Reynolds is a transactional attorney and founding partner of Alpenglow Law, LLC. Dan has lived and worked in the world class Vail Valley since 2000. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis and his law degree from the University of Oregon. Prior to forming Alpenglow Law, LLC, Dan was a founding partner of Reynolds, Kalamaya & Voboril, LLC, and practiced law at Garfield & Hecht, P.C., the largest law firm on the Western Slope.

Dan has substantial experience representing local, national and international clients with their general real estate, business/corporate and homeowner’s association matters within the mountain communities. Dan’s real estate and business/corporate law practices includes handling all types of business transactions, including forming business entities and negotiating and drafting contracts for the purchase and sale of real estate; leasing; lending; commercial law; and the sale and purchase of businesses. Dan’s homeowner association services include reviewing and drafting amendments to governing documents; reviewing and discussing the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act and compliance therewith; analyzing construction defects; examining and assisting in the collection of assessments; reviewing voting issues; and preparing meeting notices and ballots.

Dan is well known within our local community for founding the Vail Valley Young Professionals Associations, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting a young, dynamic, professional community in the Vail Valley by providing opportunities in business development, community awareness, networking, and community involvement. To learn more about the VVYPA and/or to become a member, please visit www.vvypa.com.

Dan is also a member of the Continental Divide and Colorado Bar Associations, the Eagle River Watershed Council, and the Mountain Education Committee, CAI-RMC. Dan is a frequent speaker on homeowner association issues. He presented at the CAI-RMC’s Mountain Conference & Trade Show on how to handle a tenant who violates the HOA’s rules and regulations and CAI-RMC’s Mountain Education Lunch & Learn in Vail on how to prepare a budget for homeowner associations.

In 2010, Dan was named one of the Top Young Attorneys in Colorado and recognized as a Super Lawyer Rising Star. Dan has also earned the Martindale-Hubbell Client Distinction Award based on Client Review Ratings in the categories of communications ability, responsiveness, quality of service, and value of money.

Dan’s goal is to provide quality, cost effective, legal service with the highest professional and ethical standards. At Alpenglow Law, we want to do what works best for you and are determined to streamline our business with innovation and strategy in order to cut overhead costs to best meet your needs.

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by Debi Strong on Dan Reynolds

Dan helped me navigate through a sale of one condo and the purchase of another, guided me to appropriate 1031-Transfer assistance, and was very accessible and knowledgeable throughout the whole project. He was both personable and businesslike. I very much appreciated his advice and help.

by Jennifer Lucas on Dan Reynolds

I've utilized Dan's services for 3 years and will always turn to his expertise and personal attention for future legal needs. I appreciate how he has supported my husband and I with tough decisions in a confident way and provided peace of mind to us many times. Dan has been professional, attentive, clear, and available, responding via email, phone, and in person.Thank you, Dan, for your services and assistance! Excellent attorney.

by Julie Kiddoo on Dan Reynolds

Dan Reynolds is a stand up guy. He is hard working & gets the job done. He is easy to communicate with and gets things accomplished in a timely manner. Dan and the people of RKV Law are incredible and I would highly recommend them to everyone!

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