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Christopher Heaphey


600 East Main Street, Suite 104, Aspen, CO 81611

Chris Heaphey handles his clients real estate transactions and litigation from start to finish.

Since he is both a litigator and transactional attorney, his clients receive sound legal advice at the beginning of their projects which limits the risk of future litigation. 

Comprehensive Experience: Using the experience he’s gained in his 30 years’ practice in real estate transactions and litigation, Chris is able to prosecute large, document-intensive construction and commercial litigation efficiently and cost-effectively resolves business disputes. He is also able to handle complex real estate transactions for developers, brokers, commercial landlords, contractors, lenders, and design professionals. Chris Heaphey handles his clients real estate transactions and litigation from start to finish.

Distressed Assets: A substantial portion of Chris’s practice involves the representation of lenders and others dealing with distressed assets including collections, foreclosures, evictions, forbearance agreements, workouts, deeds in lieu, and property recovery.


Real Estate Transactions
  • Real Estate Secured Lending 
  • Construction Loans 
  • Sales and Purchases 
  • Land Use 
  • Leasing 
  • Development
Real Estate Litigation
  • Quiet Title Actions
  • Foreclosures
  • Lender Liability
  • Deficiency Claims
  • Construction
  • Environmental


Bar Admissions


  • The Best Lawyers in America©, Litigation - Real Estate, 2021, 2022

Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • Colorado State Bar, Member, 2007 
  • Alaska State Bar, Member, 1990 
  • Aspen Rotary, Board Member

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