Estate Planning Law Firm in Arizona
Dana Law Firm
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Law Firm Overview
Dana Law Firm is an experienced, dedicated law firm serving clients throughout Arizona. Matthew S. Dana is the founding attorney for the Dana Law Firm. He began his legal career working at Bethancourt & Fuller, an Estate Planning Law Firm in Mesa Arizona. After more than five years with that firm he & his paralegal started the Law Offices of Dana & Associates, P.A. in Mesa. The firm was originally located in Mesa at Power Road and Southern. As the firm grew, we relocated to a larger office in Mesa on Falcon Drive and began to specialize in Estate and Trust Planning.
During the early 1990s, other offices were established in the Northern Arizona cities of Sedona, Prescott and Payson bringing a specialized practice to smaller towns. In order to service the rural offices, Matthew became a pilot in 1993 and flies on a weekly basis to the northern Arizona locations. We have experienced first hand the growth of these towns and are proud to serve our clients in these communities. Continued growth brought the need to expand our staff and relocate our main office to our current location in North Scottsdale in August of 2001.
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Articles Published by Dana Law Firm
Bankruptcy: Can I discharge my tax debt if I file bankruptcy?
Doug and Linda have fallen on hard times the last few years. Doug had back surgery two years ago and his once profitable landscaping business has failed due to the time he had to take off to recover from the back surgery. Linda’s employer has recently stopped her mandatory overtime and she fears her job position may be eliminated at some point in the future as well.Read Article
Estate Planning – The Benefits of Peace of Mind
The author has been practicing exclusively in the area of estate planning for over 27 years. Yet, last week a questioned posed by a young couple seemed to resonate in his mind like never before. “What is the number one benefit of doing a trust?”Read Article