New Location Announcement for Provident Law®

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Provident Law® is proud to announce that our growing firm has moved to a larger and more secure office, effective September 1, 2023:

16100 N. 71st St., Suite 350

Scottsdale, AZ 85254

You can continue to reach our office by calling (480) 388-3343 or visiting us online at

Provident Law® is a real estate law firm serving individual and business clients in the communities of Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Buckeye, Fountain Hills, Flagstaff, Gilbert, Phoenix, and the surrounding areas. Our experienced and respected attorneys offer you over 200 years of combined legal experience in real estate, business, and other legal matters.

Why Choose Provident Law®?

At Provident Law®, you’re not just another case for our attorneys to handle. As our client, you will find an Arizona real estate attorney team whose goal is to build a long-lasting relationship with you over time. Our purpose is to fulfill your unique individual and business demands beyond your expectations.

We value each of our clients, respect their objectives, and strive to meet their legal needs as they arise. At our law firm, we have a strong and unwavering commitment to justice, and you can trust us to always put your interests first. We also work to proactively protect our clients’ interests every day by updating them on changes in applicable laws and helping them stay ahead of routine legal matters. We believe that truth, morals, and strong convictions matter, especially when it comes to our clients. You can learn more about why you should choose Provident Law® here.

What Does Provident Law® Do?

Provident Law® is not only a real estate and business law firm, but a law firm handling cases in many other areas of the law, including administrative law, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, church ministry practice, commercial litigation, collections, estate planning, probate administration, and more. You can get more information about our law firm’s practice areas here .

Two of our real estate lawyers, Christopher J. Charles and J. Scott Burns, are Certified Real Estate Experts with the State Bar of Arizona. This board certification is reserved for attorneys who have achieved “superior knowledge, skill, integrity, professionalism and competence in a specific area of law,” according to the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization. Only about 750 of the more than 17,500 active members of the Arizona State Bar have attained this board certification.

Christopher J. Charles is the managing partner and founder of Provident Law®. Before opening Provident Law®, Christopher represented the Arizona Association of REALTORS® (AAR), advising Arizona real estate brokers on legal issues and disputes.

Today, in addition to maintaining his busy real estate legal practice, Christopher serves as an arbitrator and mediator for the AAR. He is also a licensed real estate instructor and teaches continuing education classes to attorneys and REALTORS® with the State Bar of Arizona and the Arizona School of Real Estate and Business.

Why Are We Provident Law®?

To be “provident” means to be “careful about planning for the future; exercising foresight; skill and wisdom in management.” Provident is an apt description of how we approach all our clients and their legal matters. We meticulously plan for our clients in a manner designed to protect our clients’ interests after careful consideration of all relevant factors, based on our experience and skills.

Contact Us with Your Real Estate and Business Legal Needs Today

The real estate attorneys at Provident Law® have the legal experience that you need, whether you are facing a routine legal transaction or an unexpected lawsuit. We are here to work with you to proactively address and solve your most complex legal problems in real estate, business law, and more. Contact a top real estate attorney at Provident Law® today by calling (480) 388-3343 or reach out to us online and schedule a time to meet with us about your legal matter.

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