Mark K. Payne

Mark Payne is the managing partner at Winzenburg, Leff, Purvis & Payne, LLP where he specializes in representing community associations in Colorado. Mark provides general counsel to homeowners associations, including counseling boards about responsible governance; preparation of opinions and recommendations for boards of directors; review and amendment of association governing documents; drafting and amendment of contracts; completion and build-out of incomplete communities; and assisting newly-formed associations during the period of declarant control and transition to owner control. He is a frequent speaker at community association seminars and a contributor to various industry publications. Mark has been admitted to the College of Community Association Lawyers, a group of fewer than 150 lawyers nationwide who have distinguished themselves through contributions to the development of community association law.

Before joining WLPP, Mark was a sole practitioner in Littleton, Colorado from 1992 through 1997, and before that, he practiced in a small general practice firm in Greenwood Village, Colorado, where he focused on real estate and business transactions, and commercial litigation.

 

Mark graduated from the University of Denver in 1978 earning his B.S.B.A., cum laude, with a major in Real Estate and Construction Management, and graduated from the University of Denver, College of Law in 1982. He is a member of the American, Colorado and Arapahoe County Bar associations, and is admitted to practice in Colorado state and federal courts. To contact Mark directly, you may email him at mpayne@wlpplaw.com.

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