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Bogutz & Gordon, PC - Tucson, AZ

3503 North Campbell AvenueSuite 101 Tucson, AZ 85719

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Updated: 03/11/2022

Tucson Estate Planning Law Firm


In late 1975, Allan D. Bogutz was appointed by the County Board of Supervisors as the "Public Fiduciary" in Tucson, Pima County, Arizona. The office, recently created by state statute, served as Guardian, Conservator, and Personal Representative in cases where there was no family member or other person willing and able to serve. Allan built an office dedicated to helping persons who were unable to help themselves. Allan had previously worked in Legal Aid and served in the Peace Corps...

About Bogutz & Gordon, PC

Practice Areas

  • Estate Planning 40%
  • Guardianship and Conservatorship 15%
  • Probate and Trust Administration 15%
  • Elder Law 10%
  • Fiduciary Services 20%




  • Stacey Trader
  • Alyson Carrizales
  • Argentina ĺñiguez
  • Wendy A. Lemcke
  • Kassandra Hunter
  • Faith Smith
  • Britnee Houtz
  • Elliott Shrader
  • Kara Grubb
  • Suravi Sengupta
  • Ja Sapthasen
  • Angelita Roberts
  • Blair V. Huntington, MSV
  • Amber Mendoza, Legal Assistant
  • Edgar A. Lozoya
  • Alexa Martinez, Legal Assistant
  • Amy Gomez, MSW
  • Jessica Lopez, Paralegal
  • Erin Klemm, Paralegal


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Office Information


3503 North Campbell AvenueSuite 101 Tucson, AZ 85719

Office Hours

8:30 - 5:00 M-F


  • (520) 321-9797

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