Tracy Culberson is a seasoned litigator dedicated to safeguarding the rights and civil liberties of New Hampshire’s most vulnerable citizens. With a professional background anchored in principles of justice, equality, and fairness, he specializes in probate litigation, complex guardianships, estate planning and administration, will contests, and trust administration.
Culberson’s professional career began as a police officer and detective with the Goffstown, NH Police Department, where he witnessed and addressed unimaginable crimes. Motivated by a desire to better assist victims, he transitioned to the legal profession, graduating from law school and subsequently serving as an Assistant Hillsborough County Attorney and Assistant Attorney General.
Often described as a blue-collar attorney, Culberson combines a down-to-earth approach with common sense, real-world experience, and compassion for his clients and their families, including those with developmental disabilities, cognitive impairments, mental illness and traumatic brain injuries. His “boots on the ground” methodology involves meeting clients in various settings, including homes, hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted-living facilities.
Culberson has served in several leadership roles, including General Counsel to the Office of Public Guardian, President and Founder of Guardian Support Services of New Hampshire, head of the NH Attorney General’s Elder Abuse and Financial Exploitation Unit, Chair of the NH Attorney General’s Incapacitated Adult Fatality Review Committee, Instructor at NH Police Standards and Training Council, adjunct Professor at Plymouth State College Department of Criminal Justice, and sole proprietor of Culberson Legal Services of NH.
Beyond his legal practice, Culberson actively contributes to his community as a board member of Honor Flight New England, Center for Guardianship Certification Board Trustee, and member of the NH Bar Association’s Public Protection Fund Committee. During the weekends, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Amy, and taking their dog Seamus for a ride in his meticulously restored 1979 Ford F-150.