I have been practicing law in Arizona since 1988. I was born and raised in... more
I have been practicing law in Arizona since 1988. I was born and raised in northeastern Pennsylvania, attended the Pennsylvania State University; and obtained my undergraduate degree at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks. I earned my law degree, cum laude, from the Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane Washington. I worked in law firms and as a sole practitioner. I have represented priva... view profile
I was born in Tucson, Arizona and grew up spending my summers in Arizona and my... more
I was born in Tucson, Arizona and grew up spending my summers in Arizona and my winters in Colorado (backwards, I know).My wife and I have four children three boys and one girl.My daughter has Down syndrome, and so I am proud to be an active member and supporter of Sharing Down Syndrome Arizona, the National Down Syndrome Society, and the National Down Syndrome Congress.
Mr. Dault earned his B.A. from Michigan State University in 1999 and his law degree... more
Mr. Dault earned his B.A. from Michigan State University in 1999 and his law degree from DePaul College of Law in 2004, where he also earned his Certificate in Taxation and was a teaching assistant for the law school’s legal writing and research classes. Mr. Dault has practiced in Cook County (Chicago) where he specialized in insurance defense litigation as well as consumer bankruptcy law. ... view profile
Todd Simpson is from Salt Lake City, Utah, but with his family has made Arizona home.... more
Todd Simpson is from Salt Lake City, Utah, but with his family has made Arizona home. After spending several years in Las Vegas managing multimillion dollar construction jobs, he attended law school at Arizona Summit Law School with a focus on bankruptcy. During law school he interned with Turner and Simpson focusing on bankruptcy, family law and real estate law practical experience. Mr... view profile
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