Ethan Steele

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Contact Information

520-290-0729
ethansteelelaw@qwestoffice.net
Ethan Steele PC
1661 N SWAN RD STE 224, Tucson, Arizona, 85712-4052
http://www.ethansteelelaw.com

Discipline

None


Miscellaneous

Status: Active  

Board Certified Specialization: None  

Professional Liability Insurance: Yes  

Admitted to Practice Law: 1983

Admitted to State Bar of Arizona: October 15, 1983

Other Language(s): None


Biography

Ethan Steele is a graduate of the University of Arizona Law School and has been a practicing attorney in Tucson for more than 35 years.  Ethan’s law practice started out with an emphasis in civil cases before the Arizona Court of Appeals.  He’s represented clients in over 70 appeals covering a wide variety of cases, including Real Estate, Contracts, Contested Wills and Trusts, and Eminent Domain.  One of the cases won on appeal has been used in continuing legal education classes across the country.  Mr. Steele is available for appellate cases.  A list of published appellate decisions is on his website.  In the 1990's Ethan shifted his legal practice to focus on "trial court" civil litigation, and has appeared in courts in Tucson, Phoenix, Pima County, Maricopa County, Santa Cruz County, and Cochise County.

Current practice emphasizes representing property owners in trial court eminent domain cases, real estate cases, contested estates and trust, and basic estate planing.  We are very efficient with real estate title and trustee matters.

Regarding condemnation/eminent domain law, Ethan Steele collaborated with attorney Phillip Abromowitz working on several cases of significant value throughout Southern Arizona including the Avra Valley Floodplain, Twin Peaks Widening over I-10 and the I-10 Widening in Benson.  In 2010 they formed Abromowitz and Steele, P.L.C., to focus on condemnation/eminent domain.  Mr. Abromowitz has retired, and Ethan has continued, and is significantly engaged in this practice.  Condemnation / eminent domain law is an important and complex legal topic, and detailed information is available on the Abromowitz & Steele website (which can also be accessed through the Ethan Steele Law website).  Ethan was for a time also employed by Tucson Electric Power Company as outside council for cases regarding condemnation/eminent domain.


Areas of Law and Practice

Areas of Law Areas of Practice
Appellate Practice Civil Appeals, Criminal Appeals
Wills, Probate, Trusts and Estates Will Drafting, Wealth Preservation, Wealth Planning, Surrogates Court Practice, Successions, Trust Administration, Trust and Estate collections, Trust Planning, Unclaimed Property, Trust Law, Trust Litigation, Offshore Trusts, Missing Heir Searches, Living Wills, Mental Disability Law, International Trusts, International Probate, Living Trusts, International Trusts and Estates, Personal Planning, Pet Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Probate Administration, Probate Taxation, Probate Litigation, Retirement Planning, Special Needs Trusts, Inheritance, International Estate Planning, Incompetency Proceedings, Guardianship Administration, Fiduciary Litigation, financial Planning, Guardianship, Guardian Ad Litem, Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples, Estate Settlements, Estate Planning for the Disabled, Estate Planning for the Elderly, Family Wealth Transfer, Family Trusts, Fiduciary Liability, Fiduciary Law, Adult Guardianship, Advance Directives, Ancillary Probate, Decedents Estates, Contested Wills, Conservatorship, Contested Trusts and Estates, Estate Administration, Estate Bankruptcy, Dependent Adult Abuse, Elder Guardianship, Estate Planning, Estate Litigation, Estate Planning for Parents of Handicapped Children
Real Estate/Real Property Building and Public Safety Codes, Cemetery Law, Commercial Conveyancing, Commercial Real Estate Contracts, Commercial Real Estate Bankruptcy, Commercial Real Estate Development, Commercial Real Estate Finance, Commercial Landlord & Tenant law, Commercial Leasing, Commercial Mortgages, Commercial Real Estate Acquisitions, Condo Association Liens, Condo Association Duties, Commercial Real Estate Workouts, Condemnation, Commercial Real Estate Litigation, Commercial Real Estate Foreclosure, Commercial Real Estate Syndication, Commercial Real Estate Sales, Eviction, Evictions, Fire Districts, Foreclosure, Condo Association Litigation, Condo Association Rights, Environmental Land Use, Eminent Domain, Historic Preservation, Foreclosure Defense, Foreclosure, Subdivisions, Unlawful Detainer, Shopping Center Leasing, Special Districts, Zoning Law, Zoning Variances, Zoning, Water Districts, Retail Leasing, Rezoning, Rent Control, Retail Development, Shopping Center Law, Shopping Center Development, Shopping Center Acquisitions, Secondary Mortgage Market, Planning and Land Use, Property Rights, Personal Property Leasing, Personal Property, Mortgage Tax, Mortgage Securitization, Mortgage Workouts, Office leasing, Land Entitlement, Land Use, Land Development, Land Conservation, International Leasing, International Property Law, Land Annexation, Inverse Condemnation, Industrial Leasing, Industrial Real Estate Law, Improvement Districts, HOA Rights, HOA Liens, HOA Litigation, HOA Law, HOA Duties, Leveraged Leasing, Leasing, Lease Terminations, Lease Finance, Land Use Litigation, Land Use Permitting, Land Use Regulation, Landlord and Tenant Law, Mortgage Refinancing, Mortgage Lien Foreclosure, Mortgage Insurance, Mortgage Law, Mortgage Banking Law, Mortgage Bankruptcy, Mortgage Foreclosure, Mortgage Finance

Jurisdictions

  • 9th Circuit (Active), Arizona (Active)

Law School

  • U of Arizona

  • Last Updated: November 29, 2020
  • Typical Hourly Fee: $300
    Typical Fixed Fee:
    Typical Contingency Fee: 33%
  • Tucson, Arizona, Pima County
  • Accept Credit Cards: Yes
  • Free Consultations: No

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