Michael A. Westbrook


Professional Affiliations

● Larimer County Bar Association

● Colorado Bar Association

● Missouri Bar

● Electric Cooperative Bar Association

● Colorado Rural Electric Association Attorneys Council

● Special District Association

Bar Admissions

● State of Colorado

● State of Kansas

● State of Missouri


● Juris Doctor, Washburn University School of Law

● Bachelor of Science, Colorado State University

Practice Areas

● Real Estate Law

● Utility Law

● Estate Planning and Probate

● Business Law, Corporations, Limited Liability Companies

A native of Northern Colorado, Mike has practiced with Starr & Westbrook, P.C. since 2003. Mike has extensive experience in the areas of real estate, estate planning, probate, business law and utility law. Mike represents and advises clients in residential and commercial real estate transactions, easements, land developments, and community association matters. He also advises clients in public and private utility law including treated water, ditch and reservoir water and electricity. He assists clients with preparation of wills, trusts, powers of attorneys, and other estate planning and probate matters. He also advises clients in areas of business law including small and large corporations, limited liability companies and other entities.

Throughout his career, Mike has been actively involved in numerous philanthropic boards and committees in Northern Colorado. He is currently an advisory board member for the Namaqua Center at Touchstone Health Partners as well as a volunteer for the Larimer County Bar Association Legal Aid Program. Mike is past president and board member of the Thompson Education Foundation and has also been a committee member for the Medical Center of the Rockies Foundation. Mike has also served on bond and mill levy election committees in the Thompson School District.


Randolph W. Starr


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  • Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, June 1, 1970. Other activities: Delta Tau Delta social fraternity including chairman of the Alumni relations committee, and appearance in two productions of the Rock Chalk Revue theatrical production; Business Students Association, Honor Roll in School of Business; Freshman Council.
  • Juris Doctorate, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, May 20, 1973.


  • Ombudsman Office, Student Bar Association on Interdisciplinary Studies, Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity, Douglas County Legal Aid Society, Legislative Assistant to Senator Robert Bennett, President Pro-Tem of the Kansas Senate, intern in the Consumer Affairs Division of the Kansas Attorney General's Office.

Professional Affiliations

  • American Bar Association
  • House of Delegates, member ~ appointed to represent Colorado Bar Association as state representative
  • Colorado Bar Association
  • Colorado Bar Association Board of Governors 2000-present
  • Colorado Bar Association Executive Council 2005-2007
  • Larimer County Bar Association
  • Member of Executive Committee, Treasurer: 1995-97, President-Elect 1997-98, President 1998-99
  • Electric Cooperative Bar Association ~ founding member ~ Colorado representative
  • Colorado Council of School Board Attorneys

Second Vice-Chairman, 1984-1985 First Vice-Chairman, 1985-1986 Chairman, 1986-1987

    • Colorado School Board Association
    • Member of Legislative and Legal Issues Committees
    • Member of Teacher Tenure Act Study Committee
    • National School Board Association Council of School Attorneys
    • Colorado Rural Electric Association Attorneys Council
    • National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
    • Council of Attorneys

1990-1993, 1996-1999 (elected)

  • Special District Association
  • Sertoma Club of Loveland

Served as Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Director, and have been awarded various achievement awards including Sertoman of the Year; committee chairman-Rocky Mountain Air Show.

  • Founding Member of Board of Directors of the Medical Center of the Rockies Foundation and Chair of the Planned Giving Committee of the MCR Foundation
  • Former Member of Board of Directors of Loveland Center For Business Development
  • Member of Loveland Advisory Board of Community Foundation of Northern Colorado
  • President of Loveland Methodist Foundation, Inc.
  • Member of Board of Directors of Timberlane Farm Museum

PRACTICE 25% Public Utility Law 20% Estates and Estate Planning 20% Corporation Law 25% Real Property and Water Law 5% Other Litigation 5% Banking Law


  • Attended numerous post-graduation legal seminars on utility law, school law, banking/commercial law, real estate law, tax law, employment law, domestic relations and family law, estate planning and wills/trusts, environmental law, water law, and litigation and trial tactics.

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