The mission of Sayre & Harris Law, PLLC, is to provide professional and inclusive legal representation to the many diverse communities throughout the Mountain West. Our practice resolves legal challenges in the fields of property, land use, tax lien investing, water, recreation, and estate planning for businesses both small and large as well as individual clients.
Our business philosophy is to provide environmentally responsible solutions to our clients that are both sustainable and economically advantageous.
Our firm will strive at all times to provide excellence in service. We will excel by carefully listening, diligently researching, competently drafting, and vigorously defending our clients’ interests.
The righteous care about justice for the poor, but the wicked have no such concern.
Arthur Sayre, Sayre & Harris Law
Arthur focuses primarily on land, water, and environmental issues from his l m Sayre & Harris location in Denver. After a misspent youth in Texas doing odd jobs like guiding river trips, organizing for doomed political campaigns, teaching wilderness first aid, and land surveying, he moved to Colorado in 2015 to attend the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. He believes in meeting people where they’re at, listening to everyone’s perspective, and finding pragmatic solutions to the legal and everyday problems faced by individuals and communities. Arthur represents clients seeking an environment and sustainability informed perspective on real estate development, agriculture, outdoor recreation, and business development. He also has experience drafting wills and assisting with workers compensation issues.
Robert Harris, Sayre & Harris Law
Bob Harris of the Grand Junction location of Sayre & Harris Law, has over two decades of in-the-trenches experience in real estate, including land development, tax lien investing, funding mortgages, leasing residential and industrial properties, as well as protecting Western land and values through conservation easements. With this background, he is the go-to guy at Sayre & Harris for solutions to real-world real estate problems. Bob knows first-hand that the toughest areas of land use are often political (small p) problems. His approach to land use law is to create winning strategies that will be economically beneficial to the developer and embraced by the community. Bob outfitted adventure tours of the West by bicycle and railroad before he embarked on his real estate career, and he continues to love riding both. His travel through the West’s rugged yet fragile beauty with cycling clients informed a sense of environmental stewardship and personal service that Bob views as critical to ensuring land development is done in a sustainable manner. As an attorney with Sayre & Harris Law, Bob brings the same sense service to his law clients that he had brought to his adventure clients as an outfitter.
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