Keith A. Gantenbein Jr., is the owner and managing attorney at Gantenbein Law Firm, specializing in Colorado real estate law, Colorado foreclosure defense law, Colorado HOA defense law, Colorado and federal tax law, Colorado business law and Wills and Trusts. Keith began his legal career in real estate law, working for Hindman Sanchez, a large Colorado Homeowner’s Association (HOA) law firm. Mr. Gantenbein’s experience in HOA collections and HOA foreclosures gives him insight on how to represent homeowners who have issues with their HOAs, including judicial foreclosure and unreasonable HOA fees. Before starting his own debtor-rights firm, focusing on foreclosure defense, HOA Defense and real estate law, he worked for the largest foreclosure firm in Colorado, Castle Stawiarski, in Denver.
Working for these two firms has given Keith an invaluable and unique perspective on the challenges in the real estate, mortgage and foreclosure industry facing Coloradoans today.
Passionate in his mission to help Colorado homeowners, he knows all-too-well how one-sided the court system can be in favoring the lender. He has dedicated a considerable amount of time in his legal career to changing the system to provide more protection for borrowers and has prevented many foreclosures, keeping families safe at home.
Keith has published more than 100 informative articles on his blog, has been highlighted in The Denver Post news stories, Westword and the ABA Journal for his support of Colorado homeowners and amending foreclosure laws. Recently seen on Denver Channel 7 news and AOL nationwide, he was again, speaking up for homeowners to improve and revise foreclosure laws. He has volunteered many hours working with the Colorado House and Senate on foreclosure reform, most recently in the drafting of multiple legislative bills designed to provide oversight and protection to homeowners. Two of those Bills recently passed into law.
Keith is admitted to practice law in the State of Colorado and the U.S District Court of Colorado.
•J.D. – Barry University, School of Law
•B.A. – English – Colorado State University
PUBLICATIONS & SEMINARS
•19th Annual Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy Conference, National CLE
Ethical Implications in the Mortgage Industry
•Foreclosure Crisis Seminar
Colorado University Law School
•Foreclosure Defense CLE Course
Colorado Consumer Bankruptcy Association
•Foreclosure Defense CLE Course
El Paso County Bar Association
•Foreclosure Defense Foreclosure Teach-In
•Front Page, Denver Post: http://www.denverpost.com/search/ci_20160083
•Denver Post: http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_20167182/colorado-house-committee-kills-foreclosure-bill
•ABA Journal: http://www.abajournal.com/news/article/lawyer_who_once_worked_at_colo.s_biggest_foreclosure_firm_says/
•Fox News: http://kdvr.com/2012/03/13/foreclosure-bill-aimed-at-protecting-homeowners-killed-at-capitol/
•Front page of aol.com: http://realestate.aol.com/blog/2013/02/09/michelle-hansen-jpmorgan-chase-stealing-home/?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl5%7Csec1_lnk2%26pLid%3D268356
•Mortgage Orb: http://www.mortgageorb.com/e107_plugins/content/content.php?content.13821
•Denver Post: http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_23199424/lawyers-offer-help-challenge-foreclosure-law
•Denver Post: http://www.denverpost.com/business/ci_23219936/us-bank-walks-away-from-foreclosure-aurora-woman?source=pkg
•Denver Post: http://www.denverpost.com/business/ci_23220377/banks-right-foreclose-dispute?source=pkg
•Denver Post: http://www.denverpost.com/business/ci_25071173/bill-would-require-refunds-overpaid-foreclosure-costs-colorado
•Denver Post: http://www.denverpost.com/business/ci_25546970/fannie-mae-cuts-ties-two-top-denver-foreclosure
•Testimony for House Bill 1156, Colorado General Assembly, 2012
•Testimony for House Bill 1249, Colorado General Assembly, 2013
•Testimony for House Bill 1130, Colorado General Assembly, 2014
•Testimony for House Bill 1130, Colorado Senate, 2014
•Testimony for House Bill 1295, Colorado General Assembly, 2014
•Testimony for House Bill 1295, Colorado Senate, 2014
Tyler Murray attended law school in Jacksonville, Florida. While there he gained litigation experience in United States Tax Court while interning at the Low Income Tax Clinic. He also volunteered with the AARP-Vita program where he prepared federal tax returns for elderly and low-income individuals. Mr. MUrray was very active in the law school community and graduated with Pro Bono honors for completing over 150 hours of volunteer work while in law school.
After graduating from law school, Tyler moved to Denver and began his LL.M. in taxation at the University of Denver. During his studies at the University of Denver, Mr. Murray focused on the taxation of entities. At the same time, Tyler was also a law clerk focusing on estate planning and administration. After graduating with his LL.M., Tyler practiced family law, with a focus on large marital estates and complex asset situations. Tyler also served as the founding president of the Law Office of Murray & Wright, P.C., where he focused on state and federal taxation, estate planning and administration, and entity formation. Tyler is very active with Colorado Bar Association Tax Section, where he serves as editor of their newsletter, and as a Co-Chair of their Pro Se Taxpayer Clinic. Tyler currently sits on the Executive Council of the Tax Section in the position of Treasurer. At Gantenbein Law Firm, Mr. Murray is focused on foreclosure defense, estate planning, taxation, business law, HOA defense and civil litigation.
•LL.M. Taxation- University of Denver, Sturm College of Law
•J.D. – Florida Coastal School of Law
•B.A.- Michigan State University
PUBLICATIONS & SEMINARS
•Tyler Murray, The Direct Marketing Association Sues The Colorado Department Of Revenue Over The “Amazon Tax, Newsletter of the Colorado Bar Association Tax Section, December, 2010.
•Tyler Murray & Eric Zinn, Colorado and the “Amazon Tax” – Recent History, The Colorado Lawyer, June 2012, 43-53.
•Tyler Murray, What If Colorado Hadn’t Lost Its Tax Battle with Amazon?, The Docket: Denver Bar Association, June 2012, 12.
•Tyler Murray, New 1099-K Reporting Requirements, Newsletter of the Colorado Bar Association Tax Section, May 2012.
•Tyler Murray, 2014 Tax Update CLE, Colorado Legal Education, June 29, 2014.
•Various, Practice Area Preview: Tax Law, Denver Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, February 25, 2014.
•Testified at the House Finance Committee on behalf of the Colorado Bar Association Tax Section, Feb. 5, 2014.
Matthew Coombs has experienced a wide variety of disciplines throughout his legal career. While as a student at the University of New Mexico School of Law, Matthew delved into the world of criminal prosecution at both the Office of the United States Attorney and the Office of the Attorney General for Washington, DC. Matthew also was also highly active advocating for equal rights for the LGBT community as a member of LAMBDA and as a participant in The Williams Institute Judicial Education Program and Moot Court.
Matthew got his first experience in family law as a practicing student for the University of New Mexico School of Law Community Law Clinic where he guided low income families through the process of domestic relations issues.
These experiences made Matthew a capable and knowledgeable advocate by the time he joined Gantenbein Law Firm. Matthew continues to perfect the skills he has earned over the years, providing quality representation in the fields of Foreclosure Defense, HOA defense, Family Law and Estate Planning. A compassionate and dedicated attorney, Matthew has extensive knowledge of Colorado foreclosure help. Matthew works tirelessly for his clients, and is well-known for securing loan modifications for his clients and helping his clients save their home.
•J.D. – University of New Mexico
•B.A. – Communication, Music – University of Southern California
Matthew Dall is a third generation attorney. Before he attended law school in Lansing, Michigan he graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. While attending school, he volunteered his time to help others in the ER Operating Room as an Operation Room Aid at a local hospital. In addition, Matthew was an activist for Aids Awareness throughout his undergraduate career. Upon graduation, Matthew became a private and group ski instructor in Breckenridge, Colorado. Throughout Matthew’s experiences leading to law school, Matthew learned that he wanted to live a life of helping others in difficult times of need.
While attending law school, he gained a wealth of experience in family law and domestic relations. He clerked for a well established Michigan based family and criminal law practice. After graduating law school, Matthew moved to Colorado and began working for a small family law firm. There, he gained the necessary experience to guide clients through the often difficult process of a family law matter. At the Gantenbein Law Firm, Matthew knows first-hand the difficulties homeowners face when challenging banks and HOAS, and works hard for his clients to save their home.
Whether teaching individuals how to ski or working as a legal advocate, Matthew serves to represent his client’s best interests by way of providing compassionate, caring and capable representation. Matthew is a thorough attorney who understands your case, your concerns and knows how to fight for your rights. Matthew Dall’s areas of practice at Gantenbein Law Firm include Family Law, Credit Dispute and Credit Repair, Colorado Foreclosure Defense and Colorado Foreclosure help, Real Estate and HOA Defense.
•J.D. – Thomas M. Colley Law School