Attorneys & Counselors at Law

Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC provides a range of legal services throughout Northern Colorado.

What We Do

The attorneys at Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC are recognized leaders in real estate law and business law. We advocate for individuals, businesses, and families in the Northern Colorado region. Our clients are landowners, business owners, business professionals, businesses of all sizes, and individual families in need of guidance or representation in court proceedings involving commercial real estate or business issues.

Real Estate Law | Business Law | Environmental Law | Oil & Gas Law | Estate Planning | Probate & Trust Litigation | Commercial Litigation | Appeals | Tax Law | Agricultural Law

Community Support

All of us at Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC share a commitment to serve and support our Northern Colorado communities. We are involved in and support a wide variety of community organizations, including the American Cancer Society, the American Inns of Court, the Better Business Bureau, CREW Northern Colorado, the Colorado Bar Foundation, the Greeley Chamber of Commerce, the Northeast East Central Small Business Development Center, the Poudre River Trail Authority, United Way of Weld County, the University of Northern Colorado, the University of Colorado, Upstate Colorado, the Weld County Bar Association and the Weld Food Bank.

In addition, Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC has made the Colorado Supreme Court’s Pro Bono commitment to provide, on average, 50 hours of pro bono service per attorney per year. Read More

Recent Posts

Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC welcomes attorney James Godbold as a Senior Associate to the firm

James joins OBP as a senior associate attorney in our Greeley office. Prior to joining the firm, James was a partner with a law firm that specialized in oil & gas and mineral law. He has experience handling many facets of the oil and gas industry. James has represented mineral owners, oil and gas operators, […]

Backyard Chickens: Complying with Municipal Requirements for Suburban Poultry

By: Lia Szasz- Published in the BizWest Thought Leaders column in January 2019 In recent years, growing popularity for keeping chickens in urban and suburban areas has caused many municipalities to adopt ordinances governing backyard chicken operations. While homegrown eggs delight many, the noise and smell of poultry can be a nuisance to nearby neighbors. […]

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