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Chayet & Danzo, LLC, congratulates their partners Marco D. Chayet and Frank J. Danzo II on their prestigious awards for 2016:

Marco D. Chayet

– Named to the 2016 Top 100 Colorado Super Lawyers List

– Named to the 2016 Colorado Super Lawyer in Elder Law

– Named to the 5280 Denver Magazine Top Lawyer in Elder Law

– Awarded a Superb rate of 10.0 from AVVO in Elder Law.

– Awarded a Five Star Award as one of the top 4% Elder Law attorneys in Colorado

Frank J. Danzo III

– Awarded a Superb rate of 10.0 from AVVO in Estate Planning

– Awarded a Five Star Award as one of the top 4% Elder Law attorneys in Colorado

Tamara Trujillo – was elected as a Director of NAELA – National Association of Elder Law Attorneys

The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), an association of attorneys dedicated to improving the quality of legal services provided to older Americans and individuals with special needs, proudly announces its Board of Directors

Watch for our exciting news upcoming in 2017.

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