irk A. Cullimore is a graduate of Brigham Young University and Willamette College of Law. He has been practicing law since 1982 with an emphasis on landlord law, collections, fair housing, and related areas.

He is the past president of the Utah Apartment Association (UAA) and currently sits on its Board of Directors. He has served as vice-president of the National Apartment Association (NAA) and a member of its Board of Directors. He has served on the NAA Legislative Committee and on their Fair Housing Task Force.

He has also been active in supporting the UAA to get legislation passed improving Utah's unlawful detainer statute, as well as fighting legislation that could negatively impact the industry as a whole. He is considered the foremost authority in the Intermountain West on matters of landlord law, fair housing, and collections.

Our Attorneys

Derek Barclay

Derek J. Barclay is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma School of Law.

With over a dozen years of experience handling eviction cases and assisting clients regarding landlord/tenant issues for the firm, Derek is the attorney that oversees evictions for the Large Apartment Complex Division and collection cases for the entire office.

Dave Todd

Dave Todd has a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from the University of Utah and a Law Degree from the University of Utah's S.J. Quinney College of Law.

Dave has practiced exclusively in the areas of collection and landlord/tenant law for the last 7 years. He has a strong reputation of effective landlord representation throughout Utah and he fully understands the legal issues landlords face - from the initial application process through eviction, move-out and collection. He has extensive experience appearing in court from St. George to Logan on all matters related to collection and landlord/tenant law.

Kirk Cullimore Jr.

Kirk Cullimore Jr. is a graduate of Brigham Young University and the University of Oklahoma School of Law.

Before working at the Law Office of Kirk A. Cullimore, Kirk Jr. practiced in Oklahoma in the area of Federal Indian Law including tribal business transactions, gaming law, organization and development of tribal policies and procedures, and administrative law. His practice in Oklahoma also included areas of general business and contract law, landlord law, evictions, fair housing, home owner association and collections.

Since being in Utah, Kirk’s practice has focused on collections, landlord law, fair housing, and property management. Kirk currently serves on the executive board of the National Association of Real Property Managers – Utah.