George Finn is a member of the Rose Law Group’s Real Estate Transactions and Business and Corporate Transactions practice groups.
George practices primarily in the areas of real estate transactions, finance and business-related matters. This includes work related to commercial and residential purchase and sale transactions, real estate development, commercial leases, business formation, corporate governance, transaction negotiation, employment law and business acquisitions and dispositions.
Prior to moving to Arizona, George owned and operated a successful law practice in Greenwich, Connecticut for ten years representing clients in a variety of legal disciplines including commercial and residential real estate transactions, contracts, financing, business operation and governance, litigation, construction, employment law and estate planning.
George has an extensive and diverse background representing clients in real estate transactions as he has represented buyers, sellers, and lending institutions as well as acting as title agent on behalf of national title insurance companies. George has also litigated real estate disputes providing invaluable insight on how best to advocate on the client’s behalf when structuring and negotiating transactional terms. George’s practice in Connecticut also focused on assisting and advising businesses on various formation, governance, operational and transactional matters. In addition to real estate litigation, George has litigated claims for breach of contract, fraud, personal injury and lemon law violations.
George has always firmly believed that the success of providing quality legal services is through excellent customer service coupled with hard work.
George completed his Juris Doctor in 2009 at Touro Law School in Central Islip, New York, and received a Bachelor of Science in economics from Manhattan College in 2006. George is admitted to practice law in Arizona, Connecticut and New York.
In addition to his transactional practice, George has significant experience representing clients in the administration of trusts and estates of all sizes. George works-one-on-one with clients and their advisors to prepare and implement wealth transfer, business succession, charitable giving, and estate planning strategies that effectively and efficiently meet each client’s personal and financial goals while providing maximum flexibility for their evolving needs. George is committed to preserving his client’s legacy while mitigating tax obligations, both now and for the future.
In The News
By AZFamily (3TV/CBS 5) 3TV/CBS 5 catches up with Rose Law Group Transactional and Estate Planning Attorney George Finn and firm Chief Digital Officer Madelaine Braggs about the office March Madness bracket tournament. Some offices think basketball championships are distracting… but Rose Law Group believes in FUN. George “Final Four” Finn: “I think everybody’s fairly concentrated on their work and when they’re afforded that luxury of time they’re able
Zappos founder Tony Hsieh’s friends, family feud over his $500M fortune; George Finn, Rose Law Group transactional and estate planning attorney, weighs in on the importance of a ‘proper estate strategy’
By Katherine Sayre | Wall Street Journal More than a year after former Zappos.com Inc. Chief Executive Tony Hsieh died from injuries sustained in a mysterious fire, his family and friends are feuding over the entrepreneur’s estate including financial claims based on deals scribbled on sticky notes. Mr. Hsieh, known for promoting happiness in the workplace and a fun-loving approach
Rose Law Group attorney George Finn explains to 12 News: Yes, if you are fired from your job for refusing a vaccine mandate, you could lose unemployment benefits
By Michael Doudna | News 12 Phoenix PHOENIX — Get vaccinated, get a weekly COVID Test, or lose your job. These are the choices facing more and more workers across the country after the federal government and companies nationwide announced new policies to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. President Joe Biden is requiring the vaccination of all government employees in the executive