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Admitted to Practice Law: 1993
Admitted to State Bar of Arizona: October 23, 1993
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Mary attended Whittier Law School in Los Angeles where she served as executive editor of the Whittier Law Review and graduated cum laude in 1993. Mary was licensed to practice in Arizona in 1993 and in Colorado in 1995. She has made Yuma her home and has maintained a private law practice in Yuma, Arizona since December of 1993.
Early in her career, Mary focused in the area major criminal appellate/post-conviction defense. In 1995, however, she changed her focus to family law. Mary’s practice has concentrated almost exclusively in family law since.
Mary has served on the Arizona Supreme Court task force to restyle the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, the State Bar Family Law Practice and Procedure Committee, the Arizona Child Support Committee, the Yuma County Local Rules Committee, and the Family Law Section Council of the State Bar of Arizona.
Areas of Law and Practice
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|Family Law||Visitation Rights, Restraining Orders, Same Sex Marriage, Spousal Support, Step Parent Adoptions, Termination of Parental Rights, Third Party Custody, Uncontested Divorce, Matrimonial Law, name Changes, Military Divorce, Parental Kidnapping, Non-Traditional Family Law, No Fault Divorce, Private Adoptions, Qualified Domestic Relations Orders, Premarital Agreements, Postnuptial Agreements, Paternity, Post-Divorce Modification, Parental Rights, Parenting Time, Alimony, Annulment, Child Abuse and Neglect, Child Abduction, Adoptions, Community Property Law, Divorce, Child Welfare, Cohabitation Agreements, Child Support, Child Sexual Abuse, Child Protection, Child Custody, Child Custody Mediation, Child Advocacy, Fathers Rights, Grandparents Custody, Gay and Lesbian Family Law, Grandparents Visitation Rights, Equitable Distribution, Domestic Violence, Domestic Relations, Domestic Torts, Divorce Mediation, Domestic Partnerships, Interstate Child Custody, Interstate Support, International Child Custody, Legal Separation, Juvenile Dependency, Marital Property Law, Marital Property Settlements, Marital Property Distribution, Marital Agreements|
- Arizona (Active), Colorado (Inactive), District of Columbia (Active)
Last Updated: November 26, 2020
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Yuma, Arizona, Yuma County
Accept Credit Cards: Yes
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