Offering Unique Insights
With both an M.B.A. and a J.D., Dustin brings a diverse insight into the practice of law and incorporates that perspective to represent his clients effectively.
Having gained valuable experience in business, probate, and real estate law, Dustin incorporates his background in business to provide unique solutions to difficult problems. His clients include national credit unions, veterans, contractors, business owners, young families, and individuals. Every client is provided with a thorough understanding of the law and exceptional service as he helps them navigate their unique legal problems.
Dustin works out of the Fowler St. Clair Casa Grande office.
As a Casa Grande Attorney Dustin’s practice areas include:
• Business planning
• Business litigation
• Business Purchases
• Representation of creditors in bankruptcy
• Entity formation
• Estate planning
• Probate and probate litigation
• Guardian and Conservator appointment
• Landlord/Tenant law
• Real estate litigation and transactions
Dustin also enjoys educating others on many of the legal problems that individuals (realtors, legal document preparers, or consumers) may encounter.
The classes he has taught include:
• Mission Impossible: Closing Properties that Appear Unclosable
• I See Dead People…On Title: The Intersection of Real Estate, Estate Planning, and Probate
• Using Gun Trusts to Protect Your Clients
• Protecting Your Future by Planning in the Present
Dustin is admitted to practice before the State and Federal courts (including Bankruptcy Court) in Arizona.
He received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration Magna Cum Laude from California Baptist University.
At Liberty University, he completed his dual degree, receiving both his J.D. and his M.B.A. in 2014. That same year, Dustin was admitted to the State Bar of Arizona.
During law school, Dustin was recognized by the American Bar Association as Mediation Competition Regional Runner-up and ranked in the top 15 in the Nation.
While Dustin strives for excellence and integrity in the practice of law, he carries these traits over to his personal life where he spends his free time with his growing family and volunteering in his local community.