Colby L. Robertson


Colby Robertson

Colby L. Robertson is a Senior Attorney with Graft & Walraven, PLLC. His career has been focused in the practice areas of estate planning, business planning and transactions, and real estate transactions. Colby enjoys getting to know his clients well by obtaining a thorough understanding of their greatest concerns and hopes for the future. He takes particular pride in helping his clients reach their goals to build and pass on a lasting legacy with their business and estate plans.

A lifelong resident of Oklahoma, Colby attended Northeastern State University on a leadership scholarship where he graduated with his Bachelor of Business Administration. Colby subsequently earned his law degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. Colby is a member of the State of Oklahoma and Custer County Bar Associations as well as Wealthcounsel. Colby serves as a Board Member of the Oklahoma Council of Economic Education with a mission to promote financial literacy and economic education in Oklahoma.

Colby and his wife, Holly, are the proud parents of two sons, Graham and Whit. As a St. Jude patient family, the Roberstsons are passionate about raising awareness of the great work of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. They serve on committees and as patient family speakers at many events throughout the year. In addition to spending time with his family, Colby enjoys serving at his church, hiking, cycling, just about any activity in the great outdoors, and following OU football.

  • University of Oklahoma College of Law, Juris Doctor
  • Northeastern State University, BBA
  • Oklahoma, 2012
Areas of Practice:
  • Estate Planning
    • Wills
    • Trusts
    • Probate
    • Real Estate Transactions
  • Business Planning
    • Business Formation
    • Business Consulting
    • Employee Matters
    • Transactional Matters
  • Oklahoma Bar Association
  • Custer County Bar Association
  • WealthCounsel
  • Oklahoma Council on Economic Education
  • Board Member of Oklahoma Council on Economic Education