Charles C. Tucker is a native of Colorado. He has long enjoyed exploring wilderness and desert areas of the West. His early fascination with topographic maps ultimately evolved into a love of the law of property.
Tucker received his Juris Doctor degree from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota. His course of study focused on estate planning and tax law. He won awards for legal writing and for working with nonprofit organizations.
After law school, Attorney Tucker served as law clerk for Judge Arnaud Newton in Fort Collins. He was employed as an attorney at the firms of Frey, Korb, Haggerty & Michaels, P.C.; Korb Tucker PLLC; and Peterson, Rosenberg PLLC. He is a contributor to The Colorado Lawyer, the journal of the Colorado Bar Association.
Attorney Charles C. Tucker serves clients in all matters related to estate planning, probate, and trust administration, with a special emphasis on owners of residential and commercial properties, small businesses, and family farms and ranches.