Arizona Estate Planning From A Dedicated Local Lawyer

I am attorney Christopher Graham. I left working for large law firms in 2012 because I saw a need for compassionate, knowledgeable legal help for people of my area in times of both planning and distress.

I moved to Arizona when I was very young, and I call the state my home. I went to school here and got my first job in the town. I took the typical career trajectory and went on to work for bigger and bigger law firms. But after about a decade of this progression, I realized I really missed the personal connection and commitment to clients that a small firm offers.

I recently joined Bailey Law Firm as its Estate Planning Section Chief because of its excellent reputation and quality legal representation the firm provides. My focus is providing the high-caliber legal insights and know-how of a large firm to local clients while also providing personal, caring guidance.

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Committed To Helping The Community

I know that in order for a community to offer a high quality of life, the people in the community must devote their time, energy and resources to helping those in need. I am a lifelong volunteer and I regularly donate my time and money to our area’s educational, animal rescue and children’s charities. I am a Wish Granter for Make-A-Wish Arizona, and I serve as a Volunteer Docent and Mentor for the Arizona Animal Welfare League. Veterans deserve our utmost respect and help, and I have offered pro-bono legal service to the Veterans Legal Assistance Project. I extended my legal acumen and have served as a judge for the Arizona High School Mock Trial State Tournament. I am a passionate and avid supporter of the fine arts and the University of Arizona Wildcat athletic programs.

Connect With Me

If you have questions about estate planning, trusts, probate, guardianships, conservatorships and related legal issues in Arizona, reach out to me. Call me at 480-640-3900. You can also send me a brief email about your issue.