Elizabeth primarily focuses her law practice on transactional matters, such as estate planning, business law, and real estate law, including:
- Limited liability company and corporation formations
- Operating Agreements for limited liability companies in various states, including but not limited to:
Arizona, Wyoming, and Delaware
- Resolutions for limited liability companies and corporations
- Asset Purchase Agreements
- Membership Interest Purchase Agreements
- Residential Purchase Contracts
- Subject To Purchase Contracts
- Deeds of Trust and Promissory Notes
- Revocable Living Trust Agreement and supporting documents
- Last Will and Testaments
- Digital Asset Trusts
- Powers of Attorney
- Warranty Deeds conveying ownership
“Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.”
– Ruth Bader Ginsberg
Elizabeth is admitted to practice as an attorney before the State and Federal courts in Arizona. She obtained her B.S. in public policy and administration from the University of Arizona, and upon graduating, obtained a paralegal certificate from New York University.
She returned to Arizona and worked for a year at the Special Crimes Bureau at the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office. Elizabeth furthered her legal career and attended Southwestern University Law School in Los Angeles. She completed the accelerated two-year SCALE program and received the CALI award for the highest grade in the class for Legal and Reasoning and Wills and Trusts. Elizabeth graduated cum laude near the top of her class.
After law school, she joined Fowler St. Clair where she developed her transactional law practice.