Welcome to Karsh Gabler Call PC

Serving Our Clients Since 1977

Karsh Gabler Call Is Proud Of Its Longevity In The Denver Legal Industry.

Our roots date back to 1977 when Alan Karsh established his own general law practice, specializing in commercial and real estate litigation. When Larry Fulton joined him in 1981, he brought with him not only a corporate background but an extensive real estate practice. The firm became one of the leading real estate law firms in the Denver area with the additions of Fred Gabler in late 1982 and Seymour Joseph in 1985, while continuing to grow its practice in real estate development, title insurance, business and estate planning. Ivan Call joined the firm in 1999. Each individual’s expertise complements the firm’s broad areas of practice, enabling them to provide their clients with an expansive range of legal services. Karsh Gabler Call is proud of its longevity in the Denver legal industry. Our firm has been in existence for over 40 years, forming many long-standing client and business relationships during that time. We’re grateful for the trust our clients have placed in us over the years. We look forward to the opportunity to work with you.


Larry C. FultonLarry C. Fulton

December 25, 1943 – September 11, 2021

The law firm of Karsh Gabler Call PC mourns the passing of its partner Larry C. Fulton.  Larry graduated with honors from Oklahoma State University in 1966.  He received his law degree from the University of Denver College of Law, where he was a member of the Order of St. Ives and the Denver Law Journal.  As a young lawyer, Larry worked as in-house counsel for Lawyers Title Insurance Company and Fidelity National Title, and he sat second chair before the U.S. Supreme Court.  He later co-founded the Karsh, Fulton law firm in Denver, where he practiced for over 50 years.

Larry was an accomplished carpenter and amateur electrician who could fully remodel and rewire a house.  He also enjoyed sporting clay competition and was an aficionado of fast cars, good Scotch, country music, and the Denver Broncos.  He was 77.

He is survived by Sallie Bray, his spouse of 26 years, his son and daughter-in-law, Jeff and Cheryl Fulton, and his two granddaughters, Samantha and Sydney.


Alan E. KarshFred GablerIvan M. CallLarry C. FultonSeymour Joseph
Alan E. Karsh

E. Karsh

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Fred Gabler


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Ivan M. Call

M. Call

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Larry C. Fulton

C. Fulton

In Memoriam
Seymour Joseph


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