Broomfield law firm splits into three
Last Updated: 17:04 September 3, 2013
Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed, although the amicable split mainly involves dividing up shareholder-owned property, said Gene Ciancio, a partner in the law firm. The three new firms will continue to operate from the same location occupied by Donelson Ciancio & Grant at 8001 Arista Place in Broomfield.
Attorneys at Donelson Ciancio & Grant joined together about six years ago, but now feel their niche practices may work better separately, Gene Ciancio said. All employees of the law firm are expected to continue to work for the three separate firms, he said.
Ciancio Ciancio Brown PC will operate as a boutique litigation firm, with Gene Ciancio’s daughter Cindy Ciancio as managing partner, he said. Donelson & Stross PC will operate as a business and transactional firm; and The Law Firm of Daniel T. Goodwin also will operate separately, according to the press statement.
“We all realized that the reorganization of the founding firm was a necessity to the continued advancement of our efforts to market, grow and serve our clients,” Steve Donelson, managing director of the law firm, said in the press statement. “We all are excited about the future on behalf of our new enterprises and each other.”
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