With over two decades of legal expertise, Matt Hobbs has extensive experience both inside and outside of a courtroom on a vast array of legal matters. 

Matt Hobbs has successfully litigated cases from the incredibly complex to the mundane, including numerous real estate disputes, wrongful death, civil rights, elections, employment, public policy, business disputes, class actions, and estate matters including a will contest where the opposing party carried a gun into the courthouse on top of his files (we won).

Outside of the courtroom, Mr. Hobbs focuses on real estate, estate/probate, and business matters. His transactional real estate experience includes purchase and sales, residential and commercial leases, easements, and common interest communities. Mr. Hobbs takes great pride and joy in helping clients set up estate plans that meet their needs from trusts to simple wills, and business succession planning. He has helped numerous clients start and structure their businesses.

Mr. Hobbs also has extensive experience advising public entities, beginning at the University of Colorado where he started his career on the staff of the University Counsel’s office. In private practice, Mr. Hobbs has acted as general counsel for numerous Colorado municipalities, and special counsel for other public entities, on litigation and real estate matters.

Mr. Hobbs’ commitment to the legal profession and public service extends beyond his practice, as evidenced by his involvement in state and local bar associations in Colorado. Since 2010, he has served as a hearing board member for the Colorado Supreme Court’s Office of Disciplinary Judge, which plays a critical role in upholding the ethical standards of the legal profession. Mr. Hobbs also serves the Salida community as a school board member.

Mr. Hobbs graduated from University of Colorado School of Law in 2001 and received his B.A. from Castleton University in Vermont in 1992.

When not practicing law, Matt is an active climber, biker, runner (jogger now, really), and is learning to fly fish, all while raising his daughter.