Martin E. Long attended the University of Denver, College of Law and started practicing law in 1983 with an emphasis in commercial and small business litigation, debt collection, and landlord-tenant disputes. Later, he was appointed as a bankruptcy trustee for the United States Bankruptcy Court District of Colorado. Upon finding an aptitude for representing community associations, Marty focused his practice in the area of community association law. He has been a speaker at the Rocky Mountain Community Association Institute seminars and written articles on subjects affecting common interest communities. Marty currently represents numerous community associations throughout the Denver Metro area.
Joann R. Long is a senior attorney and managing partner at Long & Long PC. She began practicing law in 1984 in the area of divorce/family law and was mentored by a renowned Denver attorney. In 1991, Joann was hired as investigative counsel for the Colorado Supreme Court Disciplinary Counsel and remained there for five years. Then in 1996, while handling the responsibilities of their family of five, Joann intermittently worked with Marty and volunteered in the community. Her community work centered on homeowner association matters and included serving on two Greenwood Village commissions – the Board of Adjustments & Appeals and the Parks, Trails, & Recreation Commission. Since 2009, Joann has been an essential part of the firm assisting community association clients with governance issues, collection challenges and actions, and statutory compliance as well as marketing, research, and litigation support that enables Marty to offer immediate responses and quality legal services to the firm’s growing clientele of community associations.