Ms. Case is an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Arizona and focuses her practice on the areas of Estate Planning and Probate. She is a member of the Arizona State Bar Association.
Ms. Case is an enthusiastic Sun Devil fan who received her Bachelor’s of Science in Marketing from Arizona State University with a minor in Mass Communication. She earned her Juris Doctor from Chapman University School of Law in Orange, California where she was founder and editor-in-chief of The Chapman Law Courier, the law school newspaper. During law school, Ms. Case worked as a Research Assistant for Professor Donald Kochan, she was a member of the Ferguson Inn of Court and the Career Services and Professional Development Advisory Board, and she received honor grades in both Community Property and Law and American Culture.
Ms. Case worked as a law clerk for three estate planning sole practitioners prior to, and during, law school. She also worked for Bank of America in the Estate Settlement department where she inventoried estate assets for the purpose of valuation, taxation and distribution, and reviewed and interpreted the language of trust and estate documents to determine proper distribution and to verify the bank’s status and powers as trustee.
Following law school, Ms. Case worked in Washington, D.C. as a legal research trainer where she trained judges, attorneys, and paralegals at numerous federal government agencies including the Pentagon, the Executive Office of the President, the Senate, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, and the United States Army and Air Force.
Ms. Case was an adjunct law professor at Lamson College in Tempe, Arizona from 2009 to 2010, teaching courses in Estate Planning, Legal Research and Writing, Real Property, and Criminal Law to Paralegal and Legal Assistant program students.
Ms. Case enjoys supporting her husband, an Ironman athlete, at his triathlon events, and spending time with her three adorable and quickly-growing children.