Meet Andrew Stathopulos
Andy Stathopulos is a partner at Illumine Legal LLC, where he leads the firm’s corporate and transactional practice. Andy’s focus is on advising clients in Business, Healthcare, Commercial Real Estate, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Estate Planning. Andy has counseled clients large and small in a wide variety of businesses and professions. He brings more than 35 years of experience guiding clients through legal transactions to meet clients’ goals.
Andy has been invited to speak and teach other attorneys at the Colorado Bar Association Convention, at local bar associations, and at seminars on the topics of Real Estate and the Formation and Maintenance of Business and Professional Entities. He sat on the committees that drafted legislation that revised Colorado’s business and non-profit corporate statutes. Andy has also been invited to speak to the Colorado Medical Society at its annual meeting and to many of the County medical societies throughout the State, as well as to the various residency and house staff programs in the Denver metropolitan area regarding Health Law. Andy has an AV Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell and has been recognized twice as a FIVE STAR Wealth Manager, Estate Planning Attorney by 5280 Magazine and the Colorado Business Journal.
Andy and his wife, Toula, who are both natives of Colorado, are deeply rooted in the community. Andy has served as President, as an officer, and a member of the Parish Counsel at Saint Catherine Greek Orthodox Church and advises the Denver Greek Orthodox Metropolis and other local Greek Orthodox parishes. Andy and Toula raised their four children in Colorado, all of whom live and work here. Their daughter Alexandra is a paralegal at the firm.
Andy has served on the Board of Governors of the Colorado Bar Association as a representative of the Health Law Section. He is a past Chair and has served several terms as a member of the Executive Council which governs the Health Law Section. He is a member of the Real Estate Law and Titles Section of the Colorado Bar Association and a past member of the American Health Lawyers Association.
Author of the chapter on Practice Breakups and Physician Departures in the 2015, 4th rev. ed., and 2012, 3rd rev. ed., and co-author 2009, 2nd rev. ed. of Representing Physicians Handbook, published by the American Health Lawyers Association.
University of Colorado at Boulder, B.S. (1981)
Phillips Exeter Academy (1977)
Federal District Court for the District of Colorado