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Top Greer Land Use & Zoning Lawyers - Arizona

  • If you own or run a business in or around Tempe, Arizona, or anywhere across the state, you can turn to the legal professionals at the Brentwood Law Group for the quality, cost-effective counsel you need to ensure you can meet all of your important and serious legal challenges head on. Possessing almost 40 years of combined legal experience, the attorneys at our law firm hail from some of...

  • Since 1975, the lawyers at King & Frisch, P.C., have provided personalized representation for residents of Tucson and surrounding areas, including Oro Valley, Marana, Green Valley, Sierra Vista and Casa Grande. Our law firm is only small in size. We provide sophisticated advocacy that rivals larger law firms. Our lawyers focus on the following areas of our legal practice: Real estate...

  • At Munger Chadwick, exceptional client service is paramount. We offer a wide range of services for clients both locally and internationally. Schedule a confidential consultation at our Tucson office to discuss your matter in greater detail. Global Know how — Personal Care With more than four decades of service, our law firm has built a reputation based on thorough preparation and...

  • Business and commercial law clients are generally busy people with clear focus and direction. When they hire a lawyer, they expect and appreciate a partner equally motivated toward success. They look for lawyers with business acumen and a commitment to work hard toward critical objectives. At Cook & Price, PLC, many Phoenix and Tempe area businesses find the engaged collaborators and zealous...

  • When you need experienced representation for a business, real estate or other legal matter, do not hesitate to schedule a consultation with an attorney at Munger Chadwick. Our lawyers are available to discuss your matter at length at our Phoenix office or by other means if travel is not possible. Global Knowhow — Personal Care With the benefit of more than 40 years of service, the lawyers at...

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