Rose Reynolds is a paralegal that has experience in Rose Law Group’s Cannabis, Business Corporate Transactions, Estate Planning, Family Law, Intellectual Property, Litigation and Probate departments. She also has class action experience.
She has worked in the administrative and management field for over 20 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.
Rose has degrees in elementary education, organizational leadership, and paralegal studies, She also has her paralegal certificate. She is a member of the Maricopa County Bar Association Paralegal Division where she was Secretary for 2019 and 2020. She was chairperson of Community Outreach in 2020. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, going to concerts, and is an active volunteer for various organization including Feeding my Starving Children and UMOM.
Rose also runs a “growth mindset” and family lifestyle blog. Check out Our Blended Growth and connect below:
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Rose Law Group attorney Tom Galvin on Gov. Ducey putting an end to extra $300 in federal unemployment benefits
By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic Gov. Doug Ducey on Thursday said he will end the $300 supplement to jobless benefits that were put in place because of the pandemic, effective July 10. That will leave the thousands of Arizonans collecting a maximum $240 a week in benefits. Ducey said Arizona would set aside $300 million in federal money to
Gilbert nonprofit’s horses are pediatric therapists; Rose Law Group partner and equine law director Adam Trenk comments
By Srianthi Perera | Gilbert Sun News Mesa resident Matias Cortiz, 16, loves horses but didn’t get an opportunity to be on one until a few months ago. The autistic teen, a student at American Leadership Academy, receives a weekly hour of hippotherapy at Barn Yard Equine in Gilbert. “He loves it. I think his language is more age-appropriate,” said
Republicans push to grant Arizona ‘Dreamers’ in-state tuition. ‘A great move,’ says Darius Amiri, immigration law chair at Rose Law Group
Opinion: Why would anyone in the Legislature want to block voters from deciding whether undocumented immigrants should qualify for in-state tuition? By Laurie Roberts | Arizona Republic Arizona voters may get the chance next year to make it possible for certain undocumented immigrants to go to college, thanks to … a pair of Republicans? GOP Reps. Michelle Udall and Joel