I grew up in Winona, Minnesota. I received my undergraduate degrees at Indiana University-Bloomington (B.A. History and B.S. Music). My clients like me because I am results-oriented, and I am able to come up with practical and efficient solutions to difficult situations. My father died when I was 16, and my mom was in a very difficult financial situation as a result. Both of my parents had been business owners, but once my father passed away, my mom was not able to juggle everything. The result was financial hardship and several years of my mom working two full-time jobs simultaneously. I want to use my personal experiences to help families avoid financial losses and family discord when a loved one dies.
- University of Iowa
- J.D. / Law
- Research assistant to Professor Alan Widiss (who taught contracts and insurance law). Also, managing partner in Medicare/Medicaid certified home health agency while attending law school.
- Honors: Graduated With Honors.
- Founding Member
- Deloughery Law, PLC
- - Current
- The Scottsdale and Phoenix law firm of Deloughery Law, PLC focuses on estate planning and probate-related law, including guardianships, conservatorships, probate litigation, and trust administration. We regularly assist personal representatives and trustees in making sure that their job gets done correctly. We also represent heirs and beneficiaries in removing executors and trustees who are breaching their duties to the estate or trust.
- Goodson, Manley, Forakis and Deloughery, PLC
- Represented high end clients with estate planning, asset protection, and probate litigation.
- Central Arizona Estate Planning Association
- - Current
- Arizona Fiduciaries Association
- - Current
- Valley Estate Planners
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- Estate Planning
- Business Law
- Guardianships and Conservatorships
- Trust Administration
- German: Written
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