To my considerable surprise, I see that I have been practicing law for over four decades. I have been a city court judge, and the Public Fiduciary in Tucson -- but I have been in private practice since 1986.
For over 25 years, I practiced with partner Tom Curti. Tom has now retired but the partnership lives on, with two new (and excellent, and younger) partners.
Oh, and we actually like what we do, like our clients, and like our employees and associates. Score.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Fellow||National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys||1994|
|Managing Partner||Fleming & Curti, PLC||1994 - Present|
|Public Fiduciary||Pima County, Arizona||1981 - 1986|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American College of Trust and Estate Counsel||Fellow||1997 - Present|
|National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys||N/A||1984 - Present|
|Arizona Fiduciary Association||President||2010 - 2011|
|National Elder Law Foundation||President||2008 - 2010|
|Special Needs Alliance||What is a "Qualified Disability Trust" for Federal Income Tax Purposes||2010|
|Aspen Publishers||Elder Law Answer Book - 3rd Edition||2009|
|University of Arizona College of Law||J.D.||1976|
|Utah State University||BS||1974|
|Estate Planning & Community Property Seminar||Digital Wills||2019|
|Estate of Johnson||Court of Appeals ruled that will provision did not violate the rule against perpetuities.|
|Fleming v. Rasmussen by Mitchell||Guardian's authority confirmed|
Posted by Rob
Mon May 21 2018
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