Clients of our firm experience a family-like atmosphere in our Sun City law offices. Along with paralegal, Christopher Leas, and secretary, Susan Houck, we seek to make everyone feel comfortable and welcome. During normal business hours, we make every effort to answer your call in person, or we will return your call as soon as we are able to do so. We emphasize client service and understand the importance of listening to their concerns. Clients often remark how surprisingly enjoyable their experience is.
We take time to listen, explain, discuss and explore options and believe in delivery of legal services rather than that of legal products. Once we and a new client arrive at a consensus about which legal solutions will fill the stated needs, we then proceed to customize your legal documents to match individual circumstances. If you are petitioning for the appointment of a guardian and/or a conservator, we tell you what to expect and guide you through the hearing process.
Attorney Catherine Leas is certified in elder law by the National Elder Law Foundation. She is also certified as an estates and trusts specialist by the State Bar of Arizona. She maintains these certifications through peer reviews, continuing legal education and documentation of numbers and types of cases handled every few years. She is a member of the Special Needs Alliance, a nonprofit organization providing information about public benefits. Learn more about her background and qualifications here:
Contact Us Regarding Elder, Special-Needs, Long-Term Care Planning, Probate, Estate Planning, Or Administration, Or Any Related Legal Issue
Every client and every case is unique. So are the solutions we help clients create and implement. My office drafts estate planning documents, including wills, powers of attorney, health care directives, trusts, and special needs trusts; assists with estate and trust administration; establishes guardianships and conservatorships; and gives advice concerning Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS) and Veterans Aid & Attendance Pension eligibility. We welcome the opportunity to hear about your concerns and to advise you on the legal tools that are right for you. Call 602-842-6903 or send an email to schedule a consultation with me to get the dialog started.