The Resume provided on the About page details my special combination of 65 years experience as an Arizona native learning about the natural desert, including 38 years practice as an engineer and licensed Arizona attorney working in or around construction and real estate development, with the last 25 years working in a solo practice, generally covering normal commercial matters (real estate, construction, small business, corporations, contracts, leases and liens), but with a major focus on legal issues, such as legal and physical access, lot splitting & well sharing, which are pertinent to real estate development in the natural desert.
This unique background lets me provide valuable assistance to clients who purchase, develop or sell land in the natural desert areas around the city, particularly ground that does not go through the formal subdivision process, but is instead divided by a series of land splits, or lot splits and therefore involves many more issues and risks. [See the Subdivision v. Land Split sidebox on the About page.]
In other words, if you are dealing with dirt in the desert, I'm your man.
I commonly analyze real estate and similar matters, such as complicated access issues, which often lead to litigation, and I will make the proper quiet title demands and otherwise handle such matters through the point where we actually determine that litigation is necessary.
If litigation then does become necessary, and I cannot handle it myself, I will refer you to a litigation firm in Phoenix or elsewhere to actually handle a case. My experience with this format is that these litigation attorneys appreciate the quality of my initial work, and my continued availability as a consultant in the case.
In addition, I am available to clients and attorneys who are headed into, or already involved in, litigation regarding access, or other matters pertinent to my practice, to help analyze the strength of such claims and strategies for making them more successful.