Offering more than 25 years of legal experience

        and expertise in Real Estate Transactions

Personality Does Matter.

Peer Recognition.

While practicing on the East coast, Barb began her career as a corporate and real estate attorney, appointed as general counsel for the State of Connecticut Department of Economic Development, establishing and overseeing the State's small business loan program.

After moving to Denver, Barb worked on projects such as the land purchase and development of the Pepsi Center, remediation and build-out for Family Star Montessori's preschool and Head Start program, and represented the Denver Art Museum as it ventured into creating its first restaurant facilities. Barb has also worked with developers of medical and office buildings, assisted living facilities, and custom homes from the earliest stages of strategic planning and land purchases to overseeing construction and completion.  


In recent years, Barb's firm has developed a ​focused niche practice of assisting individuals without a legal relationship who purchase residential real estate together by documenting their separate investments, shared ownership rights and obligations, and their intended outcome if and when the property is sold or transferred. 

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Bringing Experience and Skill to Each Transaction.

​​Barb Heikoff, Attorney at Law

To get the deal completed successfully with all goals achieved, Barb knows that businesses and individuals need an attorney who not only listens to his or her own clients - but also understands what the other party wants to achieve.

A successful attorney knows how to create a rapport with and respond to challenges raised by the other side to ensure the transaction gets accomplished in the most effective and efficient way.​

Barb takes pride in providing value to her clients. She takes a proactive approach to accomplishing the best outcomes for her clients. She understands the importance and range of issues that should be addressed to protect her clients' interests, whether she's representing a individuals, small businesses or large corporations. 

​Before earning her law degree from The University of Chicago Law School, Barb attended Yale Law School for her third-year coursework, focusing on business, real estate, finance, and tax. 

Her years of practice began at top Connecticut and Denver firms, where she developed a keen understanding of business and real estate transactions. Years in the corporate world before law school and later as in-house counsel, Barb gained valuable insight into the needs and goals of commercial enterprises. 

​In 2003, Barb decided to open her own law firm with the goal of offering the highest quality of legal representation in real estate transactions to businesses and individuals at affordable rates that many larger firms cannot offer.