Estate & Business Law Attorney
One of the founding partners of Opfer | Campbell | Beck P.C., Attorney Brandon J. Campbell has a passion for educating and advocating for people. He spends his practice helping clients through their most difficult times, like the loss of a loved one, and through their most exciting times, such as starting a new business. Mr. Campbell became a legal advocate because of his desire to help people at all stages of their lives.
He is a specialist in estate planning and probate/trust administration, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, wealth preservation, and elder law. Mr. Campbell also specializes in business matters. In this arena, he represents a variety of companies with formation, employee issues, contracts, purchases/sales, and business succession planning.
In all areas of representation, Brandon J. Campbell strives to provide education, advocacy, and compassion. His greatest strengths are organization and attention to detail, both of which are critical to representing clients in estate and business matters. Because he always looks at more than “just the legal issues” for clients, Mr. Campbell engages in holistic and collaborative representation. He believes that building strategic partnerships with other professionals enables him to assist every situation he may encounter.
EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS
Mr. Campbell first attended Southern Illinois University Carbondale, where he pursued interests in criminal justice, psychology, and political science. He discovered a passion for the law and helping victims after he became a victim advocate with The Women’s Center, a shelter for abused women and children. After earning a Bachelor of Arts in Administration of Justice, Mr. Campbell attended the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver. There, he took clerkship positions with the federal government, nonprofit organizations, and the Denver District Attorney.
After earning his law degree and receiving his license to practice, Mr. Campbell worked as a law clerk to the Honorable Brian Boatright and Honorable Stephen Munsinger, both of the Jefferson County District Courts. Because of this opportunity, he developed experience with courtroom litigation, business disputes, and estate and probate matters. Following work with Jefferson County, Mr. Campbell developed a private practice in two Colorado firms before starting his own.
In 2017, Mr. Campbell and Ashley M. Opfer combined their practices to create Opfer | Campbell P.C. As a result, he brought his expertise, education and compassion to assist clients in all aspects of their estate and business needs. In 2019, the partners welcomed Ashleigh N. Beck, to form Opfer | Campbell | Beck P.C.
Mr. Campbell spends a considerable about of time helping people in need, assisting organizations over the years such as Shiloh House, Project Safeguard, Family Tree, Colorado Ethics Watch, and the National Association of Counsel for Children.
Mr. Campbell grew on a farm in Illinois with his parents and three siblings. There, his roots have influenced his appreciation for cooking, nature, and building a relationship with his small community. And now, Mr. Campbell practices his greatest passion – preparing gourmet meals from a range of cuisines from around the world. He also enjoys a wide range of interests, including comic books, fitness and natural wellness, and outdoor activities such as whitewater rafting.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
- Business Law and Service as Corporate Counsel
- Estate Planning (Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills)
- Trust and Estate Administration
- Elder Law (e.g. Guardian and Conservator cases) and Probate Proceedings
- Real Estate Law
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- Colorado, 2010