Law Firm Assisting Colorado's Homeless Community

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Cantafio Eddington assisting disabled at homeless shelters

Richard King Sans Soucy

I am proud to be of service to my community and to help in the good work going on at Catholic Charities.

Cantafio Eddington P.C. is pleased to announce its continuing commitment to public interest law. In cooperation with Catholic Charities, Cantafio Eddington will continue to sponsor and support Richard K. Sans Soucy, Esq. as he assists disabled individuals residing in Catholic Charities shelters. Richard will be working primarily with the Samaritan House Homeless Shelter, but will also be servicing other shelter facilities with Catholic Charities in the greater Denver area. Samaritan House serves men, women and children facing homelessness in a shelter setting. Samaritan House attempts to assist these residents in finding a “path to self-sufficiency.”

Richard has been practicing in the area of public interest law since 2009. He focuses more than half of his practice time helping individuals that have become homeless or indigent, often suffering with medical conditions or mental illness. “I always wanted to practice law in a way that makes a real difference in people’s lives,” commented Sans Soucy. “The clients I represent from the Samaritan House are good people who experienced hardship and misfortune often through no fault of their own. I am proud to be of service to my community and to help in the good work going on at Catholic Charities.”

Other than Social Security Disability Work, Richard’s law practice emphasizes Commercial Litigation, Commercial Transactions and Tax Law. The attorneys of Cantafio Eddington P.C. have been serving Northwest Colorado and now the Denver area, for over twenty-eight years. The firm is dedicated to providing high quality legal representation in diverse areas of law, while providing clients with a comfortable, yet professional environment.

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