Edward (Ted) C. Sells

tsells@sellslaw.com • 303.674.3351

Mr. Sells’ practice emphasizes real estate and business matters, including the representation of small businesses, lending institutions, title insurance companies, real estate developers, building contractors, homeowners associations and individuals.

He advises clients in the acquisition, financing, development and sale of real estate. He assists clients in planning, constructing, leasing and marketing commercial and residential projects.

Mr. Sells also represents closely held businesses and individual clients, providing corporate and commercial legal services on a variety of issues. His experience includes advising clients in licensing, franchising, financing, employment and regulatory matters.

He provides business counsel concerning sole proprietorships, general and limited partnerships, limited liability companies and corporations throughout Colorado and the United States. He also serves as counsel to businesses in a variety of fields including banking, construction, manufacturing, and development.

Practice Areas:
Real Estate; Business; Buying & Selling of Businesses; Business Formation; General Litigation; Trials; Estate Planning and Wills; Employment; Construction Law; Banking; Licensing.

State of Colorado, 1983
United States District Court, Colorado 1983

Law School:
University of Denver, J.D., 1982

University of Colorado at Boulder, B.A., 1980

American Bar Association
Colorado Bar Association (Member, Business and Real Estate Sections)
Jefferson County Bar Association
Real Estate Section Council Board of Directors (2006-2009

Past President: Evergreen Chamber of Commerce; Forest Heights Lodge

Latest Article

Ted Sells Receives Leader of the Year Nod

Leadership Evergreen honored Ted Sells with a nomination for Leader of the Year during its annual Honoree Celebration on Thursday, March 3, 2016.


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