Brian Locker

As an Arizona native, Brian has a deep understanding of the legal landscape in the state. He combines his willingness for aggressive representation with a solution-oriented approach to dispute resolution, making him a valuable asset to his clients.

Brian’s experience and dedication enables him to effectively pursue or defend litigation matters throughout Arizona. He is also focused on litigation and general representation matters for real estate investors in Georgia.

In addition to his professional accomplishments, Brian is a proud husband and father of five children, including twin boys. He splits his time between Phoenix, AZ and Marietta, GA, where he enjoys spending time with his family.

Brian is committed to providing the best possible legal services for his clients in the following practice areas: Real Estate Investment (Wholesale, Sub-to, Fix-and-Flip), Quiet Title, Specific Performance, Breach of Contract, Adverse Possession, and Land Use Disputes.

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Brian has significant experience advising real estate investors, agents, and other professionals in transactions and disputes that arise between buyers, sellers, and lien holders. For more than a decade, Brian has successfully represented businesses and individuals across a wide range of litigation issues, including:

  • Quiet title
  • Specific performance
  • Breach of contract
  • Adverse possession
  • Land use disputes
  • Construction defects
  • Water rights


“In a big family the first child is kind of like the first pancake. If it’s not perfect, that’s OK. There are a lot more coming along.”

– Antonin Scalia

Arizona State University, BS Political Science (2007)

Liberty University School of Law, Doctorate of Jurisprudence (2010)

Licensed in Arizona (2011) and Georgia (2018) Federal District Court of Arizona (2011)

Recognized by the American Bar Association as one of the top-20 student negotiators (2008-2010).

Avoiding Liability: Arizona Anti-Deficiency Law

Navigating Discovery in Litigation: An Overview

A Crash Course On ARLTA: Know Enough To Be Dangerous

When is a Company No Longer a Company? Piercing the Corporate Veil in Arizona

Quiet Title Actions: What You Need to Know

Data and Cyber Security for Businesses

Strategies and Best Practices for Collecting on a Judgment

Ethical Pitfalls for Legal Document Preparers

Top 10 Ways to Lose Your Legal Document Preparer License

An Overview of Discovery in Litigation

Board of Directors, Casa Academy

Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), Maricopa County Superior Court

Entrepreneur mentor, Hustle PHX