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Sarah is a partner in the transactional group where she practices estate planning, probate, trust administration, business and entity formation, and commercial transactions. Sarah works with large businesses, small businesses and everything in between. She’s represented trusts and estates with values in excess of $20M and at the same time worked with the widow(er) and indigent. One of her favorite parts about practicing law is helping clients approach complex issues and transactions through a creative and collaborative lens.

Sarah believes that preparing documents that are so full of legal mumbo jumbo that no one can understand what they mean is so 2020. She wants her clients to understand how their documents and-more importantly-why they work. For that reason, she subscribes to a simple acronym.

K.I.S.S.
Keep it Simple Stupid

Sarah obtained her Juris Doctorate in 2018, where she graduated in the top 20% of her class. She loves to travel and before becoming an attorney, she volunteered in the South African bush to fight against rhino poaching.

She’s been recognized by Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch® and Southwest Super Lawyers Rising Star, and is a frequent guest on podcasts, where she talks about the wild and whacky side of the law.

Awards & Recognitions:

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Education

  •  J. Reuben Clark Law School (J.D.2018)
  • Brigham Young University (B.A. 2015)

Court Admissions

  • State of Arizona

Professional Memberships & Activities

  • Arizona State Bar
  • Member, Board of Directors, Tempe Chamber of Commerce
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