Ms. Culver’s law practice focuses on the following areas of law:• consumer bankruptcy cases;
• formation and operational issues of small businesses, including the buying and selling of businesses;
• divorce and domestic relations;
• probating estates (both with a will and without) and trust administration;
• construction disputes and real estate issues (lien priority, foreclosure, easements, zoning change and compliance issues);
• complex loan documentation (promissory Note, security agreement, UCC filings, trust deed, loan participation agreement, inter-creditor agreement); and
• employment matters (wage and hour claims, sexual harassment investigation and drug and alcohol issues).
Ms. Culver is a member of the Wyoming State Bar, the Oregon State Bar (inactive), and the California State Bar (inactive); and she is a member of the Business Section of the Wyoming State Bar.
Ms. Culver has practiced for over 20 years in Oregon and 10 years in California. She was admitted to the Wyoming State Bar in 2014.
Born in Rawlins, Wyoming, and growing up in Baggs and Cokeville, Ms. Culver graduated from the University of Wyoming and received a Bachelors of Arts in Social Psychology before attending the University of Oregon Law School. Ms. Culver also has a Masters in Teaching from Concordia University, with endorsements in middle school math and high school business.
Ms. Culver has been a guest speaker at Small Business Development Centers in Oregon and has been a member of the Chamber of Commerce for many years.