Pence and MacMillan Cheyenne Office:

New Location, Fresh Faces, Exceptional Talent


February 2019 (Cheyenne, WY) –  Pence and MacMillan LLC has had a presence in the Cheyenne community since 2015. But in the fall of 2018, the Firm’s office purposefully relocated from North Cheyenne to the Downtown area. The move gave the Firm an advantage in location to federal and state courts, the state capital and Downtown businesses, and access to represent clients state-wide in a variety of matters. The office’s shift in prominence not only comes with proximity, but through new credentials and new talent.


Pence and MacMillan is the premier and only accredited SCG Legal law firm in Wyoming.  This prestigious credential is an association of select law firms across the U.S., internationally and major commercial centers.   As such, Pence and MacMillan is the trusted legal resource for new and established companies in Wyoming, as well as the preferred firm for referrals in the state.


The Cheyenne office also features new talent in a variety of legal areas.  Attorney Greg Weisz and his wife Teri recently moved to Cheyenne from Laramie.  Weisz’ relocation has facilitated a state-wide practice in general civil litigation, real estate and easement litigation, and real estate and easement transactions. His experience in these areas provides clients around the state a driving force in real estate and easement litigation, especially with the office’s new immediacy to the capital and courts. Greg’s practice has allowed him to represent a wide variety of institutional, corporate, and governmental entities on issues related to liability exposure, risk management, taxing authority, governance, and compliance. Additionally, he has extensive experience in HIPAA compliance, insurance coverage, land use regulation, and natural resources law.


Michael Peters also recently joined the Pence and MacMillan team in the Cheyenne office.  Peters comes to Pence and MacMillan after serving as in-house counsel for a Colorado company for 7 years, granting him broad exposure to different areas of the law while also instilling the knowledge and ability to help corporate clients to effectively and efficiently solve their legal issues. Peters’ licensure in Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska and Oklahoma will facilitate the Firm, providing regional services in the areas of general civil matters, judgment enforcement, creditors’ rights, domestic relations, contract matters, and real estate law.


Working in the Cheyenne office is also Carrie Selfridge, Legal Assistant, and Deborah Nielsen, Client Services Administrator, who help provide excellent legal support to the Cheyenne team.


With offices in Laramie, Cheyenne, Sheridan and Steamboat Springs, Pence and MacMillan serves the state of Wyoming and surrounding areas with full service legal counsel.