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No good thing ever happens in court.  Most lawyers won't tell you this.  


When a new client comes to my office, I do everything in my power to convince them not to involve attorneys.  I do not relish helping grownups fight over toys in a sandbox. If I am told, "It's the principal," I ask a prospective client please to articulate said principal.  Nine times out of ten, they cannot do so.  For those that do come up with an answer, I then ask if the stated principal is worth $100,000.00, which is about the least they can expect to pay for litigation through trial.  Clients who have not been through litigation often don't understand that the other side is likely not interested in what's right, what's fair, or what the outcome should be.  Rather, the other side is probably interested in one thing:  billing fees.  (Note:  If your lawyer has monogrammed coasters, you are paying too much in attorneys' fees.)  Sadly, most lawyers are not in the business of pursuing justice, they are in the business of making money.  This should change your cost-benefit analysis before pursuing litigation.


Nevertheless, unfortunately there are times when lawyers become a necessary evil.  I am a pragmatist, which is an odd feature in a my profession.  My clients know that I am all about efficiency and care about their bottom line.  I do everything in my power to minimize fees and expedite results while delivering quality work product.  I see zealous representation as a job description.  If I do not believe in your case, I won't take it.    


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Practice areas


  1. Litigation: 30%
    17 years, 500 cases
  2. Business: 30%
    17 years, 500 cases
  3. Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion: 20%
    17 years, 50 cases
  4. Uncontested Divorce: 10%
    15 years
  5. DUI & DWI: 10%
    15 years



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  • Bethany L Jacobs

    I had the pleasure of clerking for Heather while in law school and was honored to be invited to continue working for her as a lawyer for three years at The Hendrix Law Office. You will not find a more detailed and hard working attorney. Heather has a unique way of looking at every case and is never afraid of a challenge.


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Contact info

The Hendrix Law Office, PLLC

70 S. Val Vista Drive
Suite A3-418
Gilbert, AZ, 85296-0930


DCActive 200505/25/2015
AZActive 199805/23/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Million Dollar ClubMillion Dollar Advocates2005
Order of the BarristersNational Order of Barristers1998
Pro Bono DistinctionArizona State University College of Law1998
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Managing MemberThe Hendrix Law Office2001 - Present
In-house counselBridgestone Multimedia1999 - 2001
InternPhoenix City Prosecutor1998 - 1998
Association namePosition nameDuration
Association of Trial Lawyers of AmericaMember2003 - Present
State Bar of Arizona, Business Law SectionBoard of Governors2002 - 2004
Solo Practioners' NetworkMember2001 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
$1.3 Million JudgmentMillion Dollar Summary Judgment
14-minute jury verdict14-minute jury verdict
Over 100 cases tried100+ cases tried
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Publication nameTitleDate
JurimetricsThe Movement from Frye to Daubert: Where Do the States Stand?1998
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1998
Grand Canyon UniversityMathematicsBS - Bachelor of Science1994
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
E.T.C. RoundtableHow to Litigate Having Lost All Faith in the Courts2013
E.T.C. RoundtableWhy I Will Never Again Send a Client to Small Claims Court2012
E.T.C. RoundtableA New Method for Judgment Collection2011
E.T.C. RoundtableSince When Do Judges Refuse to Take the Bench? How Attorneys Can Motivate Lazy Judges2010
E.T.C. RoundtableHow Long Should It Take a Lawyer To . . .2010
Ethics RoundtableThe Day the Supreme Court Lost Its Mind2009
E.T.C. RountableEthics from the Client's Perspective2009
Criminal RoundtableSealed Search Warrants2009
Ethics RoundtableFee Agreement2008
Ethics RoundtableBusiness Continuity2007
Young Lawyers' ForumSurviving the Solo Practice2003