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Meet Brandon

Fax: 303-991-7912

Brandon Culter's practice emphasizes estate and business planning and administration. He advises clients on a broad spectrum of planning matters, including issues related to educational savings vehicles, guardians, stock options, disability, retirement plans, asset protection, dispositive provisions, business formation, business succession and gift, estate and generation-skipping tax matters. Brandon focuses on working together with clients and their other professional advisors to build plans that meet or exceed both the client's needs and goals.

Brandon frequently gives talks on estate planning issues for benefit of the public and other professionals. He has had articles published in the Denver Business Journal and the Colorado Lawyer. He has also a contributed to the Colorado Estate Planning Forms book, commonly known as "The Orange Book." The Orange Book is a collection of forms for wills, trusts, powers of attorney and related documents for use by Colorado attorneys.

Brandon attended Colorado State University (B.A., 1988); and the University of Tulsa (J.D., 1993). He is a member of the Denver and Colorado Bar Associations, the Rocky Mountain Estate Planning Council and the Trust and Estate Section of the Colorado Bar Association.


Areas of Practice
Estate Planning, Business Planning, Estate Administration

1993 - J.D. - University of Tulsa
1988 - B.A. - Colorado State University (Economics)

Bar Admissions
1993 - Colorado

Professional Involvement

  • Colorado Bar Association

  • Boulder County Bar Association,

  • Trust and Estate Section,

  • Business Law Section,

  • Rocky Mountain Estate Planning Council

Community Involvement

  • Superior Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors

  • Broomfield Chamber of Commerce

  • Leadership Denver, Class of 2002-2003

  • Former Metro Denver Partners Board of Directors, Past President

Writings and Publications

  • "Don’t Be Surprised – Single People Need Estate Planning, Too," Denver Business Journal

  • "Estate Planning is Important for Your Children’s Future," Denver Business Journal

  • "Creditor Access to Nonsettlor Beneficiary's Trust," The Colorado Lawyer

  • "Doing Business as a Sole Proprietor Can Be Risky," Denver Business Journal

  • "Non-Qualified Stock Option," Denver Business Journal

  • "Current Issues Relating to the Transfers to Minors," The Colorado Lawyer

  • "Planning with Non-Qualified Stock Options," Denver Business Journal

Teaching and Lecturing

  • "LLCs: Advising Small Business Start-Ups and Larger Companies in Colorado", Lorman Educational Services

  • Various seminars for Corporate Employees on Estate Planning Topics

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