About Us

James P. F. Egbert - Attorney
A long time greater Tucson area resident, Pat graduated from the University of Arizona College of Law in 1973. He is admitted to the State Bar of Arizona and practices in both Arizona state and Federal courts. Since the early 1980's Pat has served as a judge pro tempore in the Arizona Superior Court. With extensive experience in litigation matters, Patís legal practice involves legal issues dealing with elder law, conservatorships, guardianships, trust and probate estate administration and litigation. He also provides quality estate planning for his clients. Pat is also available for consultation on issues involving business planning, commercial business transactions, real estate transactions, ranching operations and other business-related questions. When not practicing law, Pat enjoys horseback riding on his ranch in Vail, Arizona.
A select list of clients can be provided on request.
 
 

Debe L. McKee - Paralegal/Licensed Fiduciary
Debe has worked in the legal arena since 1975 in a multitude of areas, including business law, real estate and civil litigation. In 2003 she became an Arizona licensed professional fiduciary. Elder law, estate planning and probate/trust administration has been her focus since 2001. She also has extensive experience in accounting and bookkeeping matters which is very helpful when assisting our clients in conservatorship, probate and trust administrations.
 
 

Tanya L. Pulsifer (fka Sharp) - Paralegal
Tanya has worked with our firm since 2008.  She is a graduate of the Pima Community College Paralegal Studies Program.  Prior to joining our firm, she proudly served in the U.S. Army and volunteered for Tucson Unified School District in the special education and fine arts programs.
 

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