We provide legal services in the areas of business, estate and property law, Probate, Quiet Title, Wrongful death and fatal accident cases. We also collect promissory notes and other debts. We provide representation in solving disputes, obtaining something that belongs to you, and in litigation either as a plaintiff or as a defendant. We also advise on legal matters, solve problems and draft documents such as contracts, powers of attorney, trusts, and wills.
We also advise and counsel clients on real estate matters, included adverse possession, easements, and quiet title (obtaining a judicial declaration about ownership of land interests). Prompt action in real estate disputes may lead to a successful result, while delay could lead to bad results. Sometimes it is advisable to tender (deliver) a quitclaim (not “quick” claim) deed. Contact us to obtain assistance with a real estate problem, including quiet title, in Northern Arizona.
A good, thorough investigation is often the key to winning a case, and many lawyers do not investigate thoroughly enough. Cases are won on the facts, and the facts cannot be told unless you discover what they are. A good, early investigation will assist in preserving evidence so that it is available years down the road – when you need it. We investigate our cases. Whether for plaintiff or defendant, we bring substantial experience to the courtroom.Prescott AZ attorney
We represent spouses, children and other family members of people who died as a result of the negligence or other wrongful conduct of another. These cases are usually called wrongful death cases by the lawyers and judges who deal with them. Wrongful death and fatal accident cases require special expertise, compassion, and skill. Prompt investigation and preservation of evidence are essential. For more information about wrongful death and fatal accident cases, click here. Prescott AZ attorney
In litigation, we have obtained million dollar jury verdicts for plaintiff clients, including one of the largest tort jury verdicts ever awarded in Yavapai County. We have also successfully defended clients against exposure to claims for millions of dollars, saving our clients millions. After winning unanimous defense verdicts in a multi-million dollar lawsuit before a jury in Yavapai County, we prevailed on the same claims in a second lawsuit filed by the same plaintiffs over the same transaction, in Maricopa County. Probate attorney
Are you a beneficiary of a trust? Do you want to remove a trustee? Do you have a dispute or problem with a trustee, or need help obtaining your fair share of distributions from a trust? Need help administering a trust, help to remove a trustee or obtaining your fair share of trust assets? We represent trustees and beneficiaries, helping them to solve their trust issues.
Real estate problem need a solution? Need to quiet title, remove a lien, create an easement, have a boundary dispute, or help to understand a real estate contract? Need a debt collected or help with a promissory note?
We also represent people in contested and uncontested Probate matters, including informal proceedings and supervised administration. The journey often begins with a title company or bank demanding “letters.” Even though “letters” are demanded, sometimes a non-probate solution is available. If you cannot obtain access to assets you should be inheriting from an Arizona resident, contact us.
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Mr. Goodman, who graduated first in his law school class (summa cum laude), served as an editor on his law school’s Law Review. As CWSL indicates, “[m]embership is perceived as one of the highest achievements and honors in law school that attracts the best and the brightest students. . . . The staff is comprised of second and third year law students who are in the top 10 percent of their class.” Mr. Goodman has been a fellow of the Arizona Bar Foundation (now, Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education) for decades, having received Letters attesting to “outstanding skills, contributions to the profession and devotion to public service.” He is also a fellow of the American Bar Foundation. The Fellows is an “honorary organization of attorneys, judges, law faculty, and legal scholars whose public and private careers have demonstrated outstanding dedication to the welfare of their communities and to the highest principles of the legal profession. Membership in the Fellows is limited to one percent of lawyers licensed to practice in each jurisdiction. Members are nominated by their peers and elected by the Board of the American Bar Foundation.”
Goodman Law Firm, located in Prescott, Arizona provides 40 years’ of experience, sound advice, legal assistance and problem-solving. For information about how to obtain our help, click here. Click the “Find On Site” links at the top of each page to quickly find what you want.