Brandon Ector formed Ector Law Firm when his partner, Andy Hanford, was elected Superior Court Judge by the citizens of Alamance County. Brandon focuses his practice in Criminal Law, Traffic Law, Family Law, and Estate Planning. Brandon is a graduate of West Virginia University College of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctorate (J.D.). He received a Bachelor of Science in Public Communication with a minor in Marketing from Appalachian State University. Before entering private practice at Hanford Law Firm, Brandon served as an Assistant District Attorney in Alamance County, where he litigated numerous misdemeanor and felony cases in both District and Superior Court. He previously worked at Shapiro & Ingle, LLP in Asheville, North Carolina, where he advocated extensively for lenderâ€™s rights and represented substitute trustees in non-judicial power of sale foreclosure proceedings. Brandon and his wife live in Alamance County and love spending time at home with their adopted German Shorthaired Pointer, Beau.
Memberships & Volunteer Work Alamance Christian School, Board of Directors Siloam Missionary Homes, Board of Directors Juvenile Crime Prevention Council, By-Laws Committee Chairman North Carolina State Bar, Member