Jeff Flege was born in Ohio, and after graduating from the Ohio State University with degrees in Natural Resources and Geography, he moved to Denver while pursuing careers as a wildlife biologist, and later, as a geospatial intelligence analyst. Jeff eventually returned to school and graduated from the University of Colorado Law School in 2010. While attending law school, Jeff held positions at the Colorado Attorney General’s office, a national restaurant chain headquartered in Denver, and a Denver law firm specializing in land use law. He also worked as a teacher’s assistant for his legal writing/appellate court advocacy professor.
After graduating from the University of Colorado Law School, Jeff worked for six years as an oil and gas title attorney for a Denver law firm specializing in oil and gas law. He is licensed in Colorado, Wyoming and North Dakota and has written numerous complex title opinions covering lands in all three states. While writing title opinions for oil and gas companies, he frequently helped mineral owners cure title to their mineral holdings by conducting probate proceedings, often across several generations.
Jeff enjoyed the personal interactions with his clients while conducting probate proceedings for them, and he focuses on probate administration, probate litigation, and guardianship and conservatorship administration here at Evans Case LLP. Throughout all his endeavors, Jeff has most valued the development and maintenance of strong, genuine relationships with both his clients and coworkers, and he continues that focus here at Evans Case.
When not at work, Jeff spends his time raising his three young daughters, spending considerable time convincing them that, even though born here in a Colorado and eligible for the “Native” bumper sticker, they are still Buckeyes. He also enjoys reading, writing, live music of all sorts, and maintaining his valued friendships on rooftop patios, while attending Rockies and Avs games, and otherwise.
You can contact Jeffrey Flege at 303-757-8300.