From the purchase of raw land to the sale of a developed property and everything in between, we are committed to helping you take your project from start to finish.
We advise business owners and entrepreneurs in all aspects of business law and provide advice and planning to help them establish and grow their businesses.
We provide legal representation concerning marriages, children, adoptions, support issues, and divorce. In all of these matters, we support you in seeking justice with professionalism and compassion.
Real Estate Disputes
Our attorneys offer a solution-orientated approach to resolving disputes. Many real estate disputes can be resolved before going to court, either through informal negotiations or through private mediation. But if litigation is necessary, our attorneys are prepared to represent your legal interests at trial.
In any arena, our core strength and competency rests on our narrow focus on Arizona law and knowledge of its application across a variety of industries.
Bankruptcy | Creditor’s Rights
Our firm represents institutional and non-institution creditors seeking to protect and maximize their collections from their slow-paying or non-paying customers.
We help lenders and other creditors collect what is owed. Our collection team has decades of experience with collection matters. Most collection matters can be handled on a contingency fee basis so we do not get paid until you get paid.
Adre and Administrative Law
Our attorneys represent licensees with application process at the Arizona Department of Real Estate and in responding to Complaints and Audits from the ADRE.
Church and Nonprofit
Counseling and serving charities, foundations, churches, and private schools along with other types of nonprofits with transactional and general counsel services.
Church Ministry Practice
Nonprofit organizations are very important to society. In a world that is increasingly becoming more profit-oriented, nonprofits perform a role that is consciously dedicated to improving the lives of people.
The first clause of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution commands that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”