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Byron K. Hammond, a resident of Denver, is an experienced attorney and adjunct professor of law at the University of Denver.

Byron’s law practice includes various aspects of estate planning, trust drafting and administration, estate tax issues, and probate administration.

Byron has been a law professor for over twenty years.  He has taught courses in Trusts and Estates, Health Law, and a nationally recognized Elder Law Seminar. He has published several papers germane to his areas of expertise and has chaired and participated in many legal conferences.

“What I bring to this practice is my desire to connect on a personal level with each client,” Byron explains. “I want to spend the time necessary for understanding my client’s specific needs and life priorities. With that information, I can create an affordable, customized estate plan to meet their specific legal needs.”

Byron was born in Kansas and earned a bachelor’s degree and MBA from Wichita University. He attended law school at Washburn University. After moving to Denver in 1995, Byron practiced law in estate planning, becoming a partner in a firm that emphasized estate planning, probate, special needs trust, elder law, and Medicare compliance. He received his Master of Law in Taxation (LL.M.), attending the University of Denver (DU).

Byron is licensed to practice law in the states of Colorado, Missouri, and Kansas.  In addition, he is licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court.

“My reason for starting this solo law practice is to continue my lifelong desire to help people,” Byron says. “I’ve found that people have always been comfortable confiding in me. That’s very important when we’re discussing the personal and sensitive topics that go along with this type of law practice, such as the death of a loved one.”

Byron offers an initial, complimentary consultation to assess a client’s needs.