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Sarah Ritchey Haradon


555 17th Street, Suite 3200, Denver, CO 80202

Sarah’s pragmatic approach to solving complex tax issues helps both companies and individuals achieve optimal tax efficiency in their business operations.

She is an essential member of the firm’s corporate, merger and acquisition, fund formation, master limited partnership, and real estate deal teams. Sarah also counsels clients on renewable energy tax credit and low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) projects and funds.

Sarah represents companies and individuals in proceedings against the Internal Revenue Service, including in the United States Tax Court.

She speaks at a national level and has published frequently on the topics of partnerships, opportunity zones and renewable energy tax incentives. Additionally, Sarah is a vice-chair of the Partnerships Committee for the ABA Tax Section.


  • Transaction structuring
  • M&A tax advice
  • Tax credit qualification advice and opinions
  • Opportunity Zones
  • Choice of entity
  • Equity compensation
  • Master Limited Partnerships – acquisition, offerings, drop-downs, and qualifying income issues



Speaking Engagements


Bar Admissions

Court Admissions


  • Chambers USA, Tax, 2020-2022
  • The Best Lawyers in America©, Tax Law, 2023
  • Colorado Super Lawyers® Rising Stars, Tax, 2018, 2020-2022
  • American Bar Association, Section of Taxation Nolan Fellowship, 2019-2020

Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • American Bar Association, Section of Taxation, Partnerships and LLCs Committee, Vice Chair
  • Colorado Bar Association, Member
  • Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center, Board Member
  • Future Tax Leaders, Member
  • Colorado Business Committee for the Arts, Leadership Arts Alumni

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