Practice Areas: Family Law, Cannabis Law, Business Corporate Transactions, Litigation, Intellectual Property, Class Action, Real Estate Litigation, Real Estate Transactions, Litigation,Tax Lien Investments and Foreclosures, Homeowners Associations and CC&Rʼs, Development Agreements, Retail Litigation, Estate and Business Succession Planning
Rose Reynolds is a jack of all trades paralegal at Rose Law Group pc. She has experience in myriad areas of law including, Business Corporate Transactions, Cannabis, Civil and Real Estate Litigation, Class Action, Estate Planning, Family Law, Intellectual Property, Probate, and Transactional.
She has worked in the administrative and management field for over 16 years and provides a wide range of support for our clients and attorneys. Each day she looks forward to new and interesting challenges presented to her and enjoys helping people. She has been named the 2019 Paralegal Division Secretary of the Maricopa County Bar Association.
She has her paralegal certificate as well as a degree in Paralegal Studies and Elementary Education. She is a member of the Maricopa County Bar Association Paralegal Division and the National Association of Legal Assistants. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and is an active volunteer for various organization including Feeding my Starving Children and UMOM.
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Rose Law Group litigator Evan Bolick comments on SCOTUS’ reversal allowing property rights plaintiffs to go directly to federal court
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