Broc’s practice focuses on areas of law that require a knowledge base in tax, such as Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Administration, Business Law, and other civil matters. Broc obtained his LL.M. in Taxation from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, a top-rated tax law program. It is with this specialized knowledge that Broc provides top level legal services to all of the firm’s clients in such a complex field of law. Since joining the firm in 2018, he has established a strong reputation within the local legal community as an excellent attorney with the drive to advocate for his clients.
Broc has represented both individuals and companies in disputes, resolutions, and transactional work. Of notoriety, Broc assisted in the negotiation of settlement involving a multimillion-dollar property dispute, and he obtained a unanimous jury verdict in favor of his client in a weeklong civil trial where the Plaintiff was seeking over $500,000 in direct and punitive damages.
Broc is also active within the legal community in other ways. He is currently conducting local seminars on various estate planning and tax related topics with the goal of educating the public and providing self-help learning opportunities. Broc is also always open to volunteering for local educational forums.
In his free time, Broc enjoys playing bass guitar, being outdoors, enjoying family, and attending various sporting events (let’s go Chargers) and concerts.
Northern Arizona University, B.S.
University of Wyoming, J.D.
Loyola Marymount University, LL.M. in Taxation
Admitted to Practice
U.S. Tax Court
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
Bill Porter Community Service Award presented by the Mohave County Bar Association, 2021
Defended individual facing lawsuit for over $500,000 in direct and punitive damages, which resulted in a unanimous jury verdict in favor of his client.
Negotiated settlement of a multimillion-dollar property dispute.