New law firm opens its doors in valley
EAGLE COUNTY — Local attorneys Dan Reynolds, Ryan Kalamaya and T.J. Voboril have united to form Reynolds, Kalamaya & Voboril LLC.
Serving the needs of the modern mountain community, RKV Law is run by three energetic, experienced and efficient young lawyers. From business disputes to HOA counsel and more, RKV Law can handle all manner of pressing legal issues.
Not only comprised of highly-awarded lawyers, RKV Law also leverages cutting-edge technology and low overhead to deliver tremendous value to its clients. RKV Law maintains offices in Aspen and Avon and is perfectly positioned to serve its main clientele in Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin, and Summit counties.
The founding partners of RKV Law have different but complementary areas of expertise, allowing them to take a holistic, team approach to solving legal problems.
Reynolds is the firm’s real estate, corporate planning and transactions whiz. Recognized as a Colorado Super Lawyers Rising Star for his work in real estate, Reynolds is a pragmatic property and business advisor who guides individuals, homeowners’ associations, and all types of commercial entities along the trail to the summit. His demeanor and experience makes him a resource for questions ranging from the basic to the fortune-altering.
Reynolds earned his J.D. from the University of Oregon Law School. Reynolds is a pillar of the community, the founder of the Vail Valley Young Professionals Association, and a member of the Eagle River Watershed Council and the Mountain Education Committee, CAI-RMC. An alumni of the Vail Ski Patrol, he previously worked as a deputy district attorney in Eagle County and as an associate attorney at Garfield & Hecht, P.C. Reynolds lives in Edwards with his wife, Amy, and two sons, Henry and Luke.
Kalamaya is a trial lawyer who specializes in handling cases involving personal issues — divorce, parenting disputes, complex property valuation, criminal charges and personal injury. Kalamaya has received a number of awards recognizing this talent, including from the legal rating services Martindale-Hubbell and Avvo. He is a leader in the mountain community and legal profession as a board member for the Aspen Young Professional’s Association, a member of the Aspen Public Radio Citizen’s Advisory Board and is the treasurer for the Ninth Judicial District Bar Association.
Raised in Longmont, Kalamaya cut his teeth at the Eagle County District Attorney’s Office and as an associate at Garfield & Hecht, P.C. Kalamaya lives in Carbondale with his new wife, Holly, and beloved dog, Ruby; the couple is expecting a baby girl in May.
Whether as an advocate in civil litigation and appeals or as a mediator, T.J. Voboril is in the business of resolving disputes. Celebrated as a Colorado Super Lawyers Rising Star for business litigation, Voboril fiercely but compassionately represents people, organizations and businesses in a wide variety of civil conflicts. He also helps HOAs navigate the tricky waters of governance, management and collections. Through his company Voice of Reason Dispute Resolution, Voboril provides mediation services to parties in an effort to forestall or end contentious conflicts.
Recognizing a lawyer’s duty to serve the community, he performs pro bono legal and mediation work and is the sergeant-at-arms of the Edwards Rotary Club. Voboril obtained his A.B. in geography from Dartmouth College and his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law. He first practiced large-scale commercial and securities litigation in Atlanta before moving to Colorado and serving as an associate at Mountain Law Group and then joining Thompson, Brownlee & Voboril, LLC as a partner. Voboril lives in Edwards with his wife, Lauren, and daughter, Violet.
The lawyers at Reynolds, Kalamaya & Voboril LLC share a deep abiding love for the mountains that they call home and for adventures of all type. When not working together to assist their clients and community or spending time with their families, they can often be found enjoying the slopes, trails and rivers of the Vail and Roaring Fork Valleys.
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