Greta L. Suneson focuses her practice on estate planning, wills, trusts, probate, and real estate. Greta has focused her practice in these areas because she enjoys helping families succeed from one generation to another through careful planning. Greta sees estate planning as a critical way to give clients confidence that their end of life medical decisions will be carried out, that their children will be raised and cared for with the family culture that their parents strive for, and that their family’s future will be protected, both financially and emotionally.
Greta’s experience is broad and varied. Greta has spent a significant amount of her career as a transactional real estate attorney. While living in her hometown of Buffalo, New York, Greta worked at one of the city’s largest law firms in the firm’s Real Estate & Banking Department. Greta assisted companies and individuals with a variety of real property matters, including commercial and residential purchases, sales and lease negotiations. Greta also represented mortgage lenders in connection with commercial and residential loan transactions.
Greta began her career in 1999 as an Assistant District Attorney for the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office in New York City where for 4 and 1/2 years she handled felony and misdemeanor cases from post-arrest investigation though disposition, which often included hearings and trial. Greta also has experience on the criminal defense side and as a professional malpractice attorney.
A native of New York State, Greta earned her undergraduate degree from Binghamton University and her law degree from Brooklyn Law School in New York City.
Greta is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, the Douglas/Elbert Bar Association, the CBA Committee for Balanced Legal Careers, and a board member of Denver MAMA (an association supporting and mentoring attorneys who are also mothers). Greta is admitted to practice law in both Colorado and New York.