Mallory’s areas of practice include civil disputes and litigation involving real estate and other contractual transactions, estate planning, probate litigation, bankruptcy and family law. She represents clients in all aspects of their legal matter, from the initial claim or defense through litigation and trial where necessary. Mallory also understands that retaining the services of an attorney is a difficult and unsettling decision for most people, and therefore attempts to resolve disputes without expanding litigation, in a prudent and cost-effective manner where practicable.
Mallory obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration from the University of Arizona and her Juris Doctorate degree from the Phoenix School of Law. As part of her practice of law, Mallory has made efforts to give back to the community by participating with the Arizona Community Legal Services programs, as well as State Bar of Arizona Veteran’s Legal Clinic. Mallory also tries to stay involved with the Arizona legal community as time allows. She has previously been a member of the Arizona Bankruptcy American Inn of Court, where she became a 2016 Arizona State Bar Convention presenter.
In her free time, Mallory enjoys a round of golf at any of the beautiful courses Arizona offers and continues to play weekly softball games with her team of over 10 years.