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DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, P.C. Welcomes Attorney Rob Risley

November 19, 2021

by Veronica Reese

TUCSON, AZ – DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, P.C. welcomes attorney Rob Risley as Of Counsel. Risley brings extensive experience in domestic and international mineral property transactions and general international transactional law. His experience includes international non-recourse project finance, domestic real estate finance and commercial lending transactions, as well as power projects and PV-solar land-hosting. As a member of […]

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REAL ESTATE LAW UPDATE: October 2021
What Is The Homestead Exemption, How Does It Work, and What Has Changed

October 22, 2021

by Nathan Hannah

Nathan B. Hannah is a Shareholder in the Tucson office, and practices in the areas of estate planning and administration, real estate, and commercial transactions.  He is also a noted blogger, and you can find more of his articles on his private blog, Contact Attorney Hannah:   nhannah@dmyl.com  or  520/ 322-5000 This communication is designed to bring legal […]

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9 Lawyers from DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, P.C. Are Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® 2022

September 5, 2021

by Veronica Reese

DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, P.C. is pleased to announce that nine lawyers have been named to the 2022 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America®, first published in 1983 and one of the most respected peer-review publications in the legal profession.  DeConcini McDonald congratulates the following attorneys: Denise M. Bainton in the field of Education Law Nathan […]

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REAL ESTATE LAW UPDATE: June 2021
Do You Need A Property Assessment Profile? Probably Not

July 2, 2021

by Nathan Hannah

I know I have written about this before, but since I can’t remember when that was, and I can’t find it in my archives, I decided it’s time to address the subject again. Shortly after I recorded a deed for a client a few months ago, the client reported receiving a notice in the mail […]

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Clayton Kramer Joins DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, P.C.

June 2, 2021

by Veronica Reese

Tucson, AZ – DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, P.C. is pleased to announce that Clayton R. Kramer has joined the firm as an associate in its Tucson office.  Kramer will focus his practice on litigation, government, and school law matters. Prior to joining the firm, Kramer worked with the Pima County Attorney’s Office as Deputy County Attorney […]

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DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, P.C. Welcomes New Attorney, Paul Loucks

May 11, 2021

by Veronica Reese

Tucson, AZ – DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, P.C. is proud to welcome attorney Paul Loucks to the Tucson office law practice. He has an extensive legal background focused on real estate, construction, government, and litigation. Loucks also understands client’s business and intellectual property concerns and the legal  solutions for addressing them. He is licensed to practice […]

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ESTATE PLANNING LAW REPORT: March 2021
More Frequently Asked Questions About Wills

March 30, 2021

by Nathan Hannah

After I pass away, will there be a formal reading of my will? In Arizona, the answer is no, there will not be a formal reading of your will. In most cases, a will is admitted to probate through what’s called an informal probate proceeding. The will is submitted to the clerk of the court […]

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DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, PC Voted #1 for Mental Health Law in ‘Ranking Arizona’ Poll

March 2, 2021

by Veronica Reese

DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy is proud to announce that it has been honored as a top law firm for Mental Health Law in Arizona for the second year in a row.  Attorney John H. Barron III, member of Barron & Associates, PC is Of Counsel, and leads the legal team in the firm’s Phoenix office.  Attorneys […]

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Tax Law Special Report: December 2020
If Someone Calls You and Says They Are From The Government, Then Makes Demands Or Threats, They Are Trying To Rob You

January 8, 2021

by Nathan Hannah

I can say without hesitation that no government agency will do any of the following: (1) ask you to pay a debt to a government agency with a prepaid debit card or a gift card. (2) demand payment of a debt to a government agency without having told you first, in writing, how much they […]

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DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy Announces Paul M. Tilley and Ryan D. O’Neal as their Newest Shareholders

January 4, 2021

by Veronica Reese

DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, PC is honored to announce attorneys Paul M. Tilley and Ryan O’Neal as their newest shareholders, effective January 1, 2021.  Both attorneys joined the DMYL Tucson law offices in 2015. Attorney Tilley is a member of the Natural Resources Practice Group and Real Estate Group.  His primary practice areas include public […]

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Shareholder Jody Corrales Honored in American Bankruptcy Institute’s “40 Under 40”

December 14, 2020

by Veronica Reese

DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy congratulates shareholder Jody Corrales for being selected by the American Bankruptcy Institute as an honoree of its 2020 “40 Under 40” initiative.  This initiative recognizes 40 top industry professionals under the age of 40 who are the emerging leaders in Insolvency Practice. Honorees are chosen from a diverse group of firms and represent diverse practice […]

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REAL ESTATE LAW UPDATE: October 2020
Technology Is Causing Changes In Real Estate Sales and Purchases

November 3, 2020

by Veronica Reese

With lots of people now working remotely, I can’t help wondering: is this going to have an impact on real estate?   I was already noticing advertising for new houses touting the inclusion of home office space.  Then I saw this headline: “Nearly 12 Million Square Feet of Vacant Office Space in S.F.” So yes, I […]

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REAL ESTATE LAW UPDATE: September 2020
Virtual Notarization Is Now A Thing In Arizona

September 30, 2020

by Nathan Hannah

In November of last year, I wrote about new laws that make it possible to have an electronic will.  Statutes that authorize the use of electronic wills are now in effect in Arizona and a few other states.  In my newsletter on this topic, I predicted that the idea wasn’t likely to catch on until the required […]

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ESTATE PLANNING LAW REPORT: August 2020
What Is “Funding” A Trust?

August 30, 2020

by Nathan Hannah

I have written at various times in the past about re-titling your assets after you have established a trust, and emphasized the importance of this process.  When you establish a trust, the objective is to facilitate the management, and eventual distribution, of your assets. To make that work, there must be assets that are owned […]

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REAL ESTATE LAW UPDATE: July 2020
Does The Government Seize Your Property If You Underpay Your Property Taxes?

August 1, 2020

by Nathan Hannah

You may have heard about a recent decision by the Michigan Supreme Court that said the government could not seize a home because the owner underpaid the property taxes by $8.41. The court’s reasoning was that the outcome amounted to the government taking the property without just compensation, in violation of the constitutional guarantee that […]

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DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy Announces Jody A. Corrales Appointed as Trustee

July 7, 2020

by Veronica Reese

DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, P.C. congratulates attorney Jody A. Corrales for her appointment to the United States Department of Justice, U.S. Trustee Program as a Subchapter V Trustee for the District of Arizona.  Ms. Corrales will serve on the panel as a trustee for cases filed under subchapter V of chapter 11.  She serves as one […]

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