The Littleton Law Offices of John J. Vierthaler are dedicated to serving our clients.
John is a highly skilled lawyer with over 40 years experience in providing high quality, personalized legal services.
- Contract Law/Commercial/Business Law
- Estate Planning and Administration, Probate and Wills
- Real Estate Law
We also practice in the following areas of law:
Business Formation; Corporate; Limited Liability Company Law; Real Estate; Contracts; Commercial Litigation; Estate Planning; Probate; Equine Law; Trusts & Estates; Wills & Probate; Closely Held Businesses; Buying and Selling of Businesses; General Business; Business Enterprises, Elder Law
We serve the following communities:
Denver, Lakewood, Littleton, Highlands Ranch, Conifer, Evergreen, Morrison
We welcome your inquiry, please contact us using the convenient email form on our Contact Page or give us a call at: 303.972.4448
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