Weld County Real Estate Attorney | Greeley Colorado Business Lawyer

Weld County Colorado real estate and business attorney, William (“Bill”) Garcia’s legal practice focuses on commercial real estate and business law including purchase and sale transactions, land use and development planning matters, as well as general business and corporate transactions, probate litigation and estate planning matters. Mr. Garcia is also suited for practice as an aviation lawyer for both public and private Colorado general aviation airports as well as all parties dealing with general aviation airports. He is also a distinguished lecturer in real estate and business classes hosted by the firm for brokers and appraisers.

Mr. Garcia was born in Louisville, Kentucky and moved to Colorado in 1981. He then moved to Greeley to attend the University of Northern Colorado in 1990 before transferring to the University of Louisville in 1992. Mr. Garcia graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science with a minor in Spanish. He returned to Colorado to attend law school at the University of Denver where he was also a member of the Jessup International Law Traveling Team. Mr. Garcia received his Juris Doctor, passed the Colorado State Bar Exam, returned to Weld County and opened his own law office in Greeley in 1997.

In 2006, Mr. Garcia was elected Weld County Commissioner at-Large, a position he held for eight years. He has served as commissioner coordinator for the Departments of Human and Social Services, Planning, Public Works, Public Health, Agricultural Extension and was twice elected Chairman of the Board. He has served on a number of other boards and commissions, including the Greeley-Weld County Airport Authority. Greeley business attorney, William Garcia also served on the Upstate Colorado Economic Development, East Colorado Small Business Development Center, Evans Economic Development Advisory Committee, Weld Project Connect and the Weld County Board of Equalization. While a Weld County Commissioner, Mr. Garcia drafted, reviewed and participated in the enactment of numerous provisions of the Weld County Code giving him a unique insight into the regulatory environment, land use and development in Weld County, Colorado.

Mr. Garcia was recognized by the Weld County Farm Bureau for his service to the agricultural community and by the Black American West Museum for preservation and interpretation of the Dearfield Townsite in eastern Weld County. He was also recognized by the Wild Animal Sanctuary in southeastern Weld County for his work to improve tourism in Weld County. In 2015, he received the Award for Service to the Greeley-Weld County Airport Authority, where his expertise as an aviation attorney was recognized. He is also an American, State and Local Government instructor at AIMS Community College.

Mr. Garcia has a significant interest in foreign languages. He speaks Spanish and has studied Latin as well as Russian. In his spare time, Mr. Garcia also enjoys spending time in the arts of brewing beer. Greeley business and real estate lawyer, Bill Garcia works out of the firm’s Greeley office. He currently lives in Greeley, Colorado with his wife Kimberly and their two daughters.

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