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We hired Aaron to defend my husband on two aggravated DUI charges. We were very pleased with the results and would... more
Scottsdale  Aaron Michael Black

Aaron Black

Scottsdale, AZ DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 10.0
Did not return my phone calls. Did not keep me informed of status of my case or appeals, did not prepare me for court... more
Scottsdale  Kathleen M. McCumber

Kathleen McCumber

League City, TX Family
Avvo rating 6.7
I have been in the US for 2 decades without any proper documentation. I had tried for political asylum and it didn't... more
Scottsdale  Bandita Sharma-Dahal

Bandita Sharma-Dahal

Montgomeryville, PA Immigration
Avvo rating 6.4
Ms Cooper represented me in a family law matter. She conducted the entire case behind closed doors. Several times she... more
Scottsdale  Stephanie Lynne Cooper

Stephanie Cooper

Bellefonte, PA Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 6.5
Dennis was my attorney on multiple cases, he seemed to forget about them all. He was late to court and advised me to... more
Scottsdale  Dennis R. Scheib

Dennis Scheib

Atlanta, GA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.5
Mr Randall helped me get my disability started when anyone else would have given up. He researched tirelessly to find a... more
Scottsdale  Brian Thomas Randall

Brian Randall

Macon, GA Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.7
Brian Linnekens and his team were diligent throughout the process and very trustworthy. He is professional, hard... more
Scottsdale  Brian Rene Linnekens

Brian Linnekens

Los Angeles, CA Real Estate
Avvo rating 2.5
This little girl is ridiculous. Charged us 400.00 to file a QDRO and 4 times it was kicked back. wrong forms, wrong... more
Scottsdale  Casey Lauren Cerreta

Casey Cerreta

Stow, OH Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.9


practicing lawyers in Scottsdale

Scottsdale has a fascinating history, beginning around 800 C.E. when the Hohokam Indians settled the area. Following their mysterious disappearance about 500 years ago, the next major settlement began with the 1888 arrival of US Army Chaplain Winfield Scott, who purchased land in the area and started a farm.

Utilizing some of the canals originally built by the Hohokam, the settlement proved successful. Thanks to Scott's prominent role in the city's founding, it would eventually be named Scottsdale in his honor.

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