Douglas Edmunds

Douglas Edmunds

Douglas Edmunds - Personalized Legal Services
  • Bankruptcy, Probate, Estate Planning...
  • Arizona
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Summary

I take pride in offering honest answers and straight forward solutions to my clients. I do not get involved in legal matters unless your case is legitimate and has true legal merit. My work and my fees are transparent, upfront, and honest. I encourage my clients to contact me directly, and never pass that responsibility off to assistants. Let me show you what personal legal services are like.

Practice Areas
  • Bankruptcy
  • Probate
  • Estate Planning
  • Business Law
  • Foreclosure Defense
  • Tax Law
  • Landlord Tenant
  • Intellectual Property
  • Divorce
  • Personal Injury
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Arizona
Languages
  • English
Professional Experience
Attorney - Owner
The Law Office of Douglas G. Edmunds, PLC
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Partner
Buck Edmunds, PLC
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Doug is a founding partner of Buck Edmunds, PLC
Attorney
Buck Law Firm, PLC
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Chief Financial Officer
Stone Security, LLC
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Chief Operating Officer
Stone Alarm, LLC
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Law Clerk, Associate
Winsor Law Firm, PLC
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Legal Assistant
Solomon Professional Association
Education
University of New Hampshire School of Law
J.D. (2005) | Law
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Activities: Editor Pierce Law Review Moot Court
Arizona State University
B.S. (2002) | Finance
Professional Associations
University of Phoenix
Professor
- Current
Activities: Teach Contemporary Business Law
Websites & Blogs
Website
Website
Legal Answers
2 Questions Answered

Q. Can one attorney handle deed issues in 2 different counties in Arizona?
A: It can be done. The most difficult part of something like this is ensuring that the former spouse can be removed simply. How easy that is depends on how they held title together. Finally, a beneficiary deed might be a better fit than adding daughter to the deed. It depends on the reasons for doing so.
Q. I filed a Chapter 7 in May of 2018, after my 2017 return was spent on reasonable things. Can the trustee ask for tax
A: If your case is still open, it is possible that you will have to turn over a portion of your return. The amount would likely be 5/12 of the refund you receive because you filed in May. If you have any attorney, they can assist you in determining how best to handle this. Ultimately, if your trustee demanded payment and you refused, it is possible that they could revoke your discharge.
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Contact & Map
The Law Office of Douglas G. Edmunds, PLC
Edmunds Law
1760 E Pecos Road
Suite 332
Gilbert, AZ 85295
USA
Telephone: (480) 603-4988
Fax: (877) 844-0258