Top Tucson Family Law Lawyers - Arizona

At RPM Law, family law and criminal defense clients in Pima County and surrounding areas can expect attentive advocacy for a variety of important legal needs — and direct personal service that gives you peace of mind. Is a contentious child access issue delaying your divorce? Is a serious criminal offense endangering your freedoms and future? Is a speeding ticket or DUI arrest threatening...

Riisa Petersen, Petersen Law Firm PLLC -Tucson, Arizona SE HABLA ESPANOL  Serving families and defendants in Tucson, Arizona, attorney Riisa Petersen understands that going through any legal matter can be confusing, emotionally taxing and financially stressful. That is why she puts her years of experience to work helping clients defend their rights in a variety of legal matters. For...

We are competent and practice with integrity. We do not waste your money on filing duplicative or unnecessary  pleadings. We have the ability to work with the clients we choose and choose to work with clients who want to get through the process and move on. We are most fond of common sense and practice it on a consistent basis. Our ability to assess...

The legal team at the Thrush Law Group in Tucson, Arizona, has more than 50 years' combined experience. Our lawyers have handled thousands of family law cases, including divorce and custody cases in southern Arizona and beyond. We also handle personal injury. At our law firm, we work hard — we have to because no two family law cases are the same. The legal process in divorce and custody...

At West, Elsberry, Longenbaugh and Zickerman P.L.L.C. , we'll go the extra mile to help our clients achieve their legal goals. Our Tucson Lawyers have over 35 years experience in providing quality legal services to clients in Tucson and throughout Southern Arizona. Our Tucson attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of legal counseling and dispute resolution including Family Law, Divorce and Child...

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