I was a 50% member of an LLC. Things went sour between me and the other member, and I was in danger of losing my investment. I knew that I needed to find someone who would fight for me. I spent hours researching the credentials of every LLC attorney in the State. When I found Kindra Deneau and reviewed her successful litigation experience, I knew that, if anyone could help me, Kindra was the one. Once she had my case ready for a lawsuit, Kindra sent out a settlement offer. The other member accepted and I basically recovered everything. The entire process took only a couple of months. I am so grateful to Kindra. All is behind me and I can move forward thanks to her. In my opinion, Kindra is the Number One limited liability company attorney in Arizona. She is an expert in her field and really cares about her clients. Kindra is the best!
Quality Of Service
Kindra Deneau Esq.
Year Joined Firm
Arizona Supreme Court,
U.S. District Court District of Arizona,
Arizona Asian Bar Association (Member)
NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners) (Member)
Thurgood Marshall Inn of Court (Member)
Scottsdale Bar Association (Member)
Maricopa County Bar Association (Member)
AWLA (Arizona Women Lawyer's Association) (Member)
Arizona Technology Council (Member)
Arizona State University, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law,
Law, Science, & Technology Scholar Major:
Intellectual Property Certificate
Arizona State University,
2000 B.A., Bachelor of Arts Major:
Barrett Honors College Minor:
Pro Bono Activities
Volunteer Mentor, in the Barrett Honors College and the ASU Business College Enterpreneurial Programs
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