Vincent Forcinito represents property owners and developers in a wide variety of real estate and land use matters. He regularly represents clients in the acquisition and entitlement of commercial, residential, and industrial projects. His land use practice includes assisting clients with local government approval of annexations, subdivisions and rezonings, and he frequently works with jurisdictions across the state to secure permits and other approvals.
Vincent also assists clients with private matters such as acquisitions and dispositions, easements, private covenants, and the imposition of public improvement fees. As a native of Colorado Springs, he particularly enjoys working with clients in the southern part of the state, although he has worked extensively in the Denver-Metro area and throughout the Front Range. He is a meticulous problem solver who strives to provide thoughtful service to achieve his client’s objectives.
Before law school, Vincent served his community as a deputy sheriff with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office. His background in law enforcement fostered his communication and problem-solving skills, as well as his passion and respect for the law. During law school, Vincent interned with the Hon. Frederick Martinez in the 18th Judicial District. He gained further experience working as a student attorney in the law school’s clinical program. He was a Casenote and Comment Editor for the University of Colorado Law Review and served on the law school’s Loan Repayment Assistance Program committee.
Vincent currently serves on the firm's Recruiting Committee.