Attorney for Outfitters
How will you be a better guide or outfitter for your clients and customers if you're inside worrying about leasing contracts, liability waivers, or licensing? A trusted attorney can take care of the paperwork while you get back to doing what you do best.
Outfitter Startup: $2,200.00
Becoming an Outfitter package includes formation of your outfitter company as an L.L.C., your personal, custom tailored, DORA compliant outfitter services contract, and a liability waiver providing the utmost protection to you, your employees, and your business.
Outfitter Contracts $785
Custom tailored contract for outfitting services with several options regarding rules and regulations for your personal outfitting situation. All outfitter contracts for Colorado outfitters are compliant with the rules and requirements for outfitter contracts from Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Offices of Outfitter Registration.
Liability Waivers $725
Professionally tailored liability waiver for use in your outfitting operation, including custom provisions for firearm usage, watercraft or motor vehicle, climate, terrain, and many more options depending on your unique circumstance. This is not a “one size fits all” document and must be custom tailored to your specific outfitting needs.
Hunting Lease- Outfitter $625
Leasing documentation for your outfitting operation on property not owned by you or your outfitting operation. Outfitter Hunting Leases include provisions on fixtures such as blinds, tree stands, and lodges, as well as clauses determining installation of food plots and use of motor vehicles on property.
Frequently Asked Questions: Outfitting in Colorado
What is the Outfitters and Guides Practice Act?
The Outfitters and Guides Practice Act is the name given to Colorado Revised Statutes Title 12, Article 55.5. The statutes regulate the practice of Outfitting in Colorado, including requirements for your contracts with clients, qualifications for guides, disciplinary procedures, and the requirements for licensing and bonding of outfitters. Compliance with all of the requirements and standards in the Outfitters and Guides Practice Act is vital for those guiding hunting and fishing trips in Colorado and Attorney Nathaniel Gilbert can help your business maintain compliance.