Jared E. Holland

Jared E. Holland

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  • Probate, Estate Planning, Elder Law...
  • Arizona
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Jared E. Holland is the senior partner in Holland Law Group, PLLC's Flagstaff office. A southern Arizona native, Jared moved to northern Arizona in 2007 after graduating from law school at Arizona State University. Jared is very accomplished in and has extensive experience in many areas of law, including civil litigation, probate administration and litigation, estate planning, civil, business and contract law, bankruptcy, debtor representation, and family law. Jared is also a licensed fiduciary, certified by the Arizona Supreme Court and a trained mediator. Jared is one of a handful of attorneys appointed by the Coconino County Superior Court to represent children in high conflict divorce cases, as well as represent individuals against whom guardianship and/or conservatorship petitions have been filed. In his "spare time" Jared has repeatedly taught as an adjunct professor of business law at Northern Arizona University's W. A. Franke College of Business. Jared and his wife, Katherine, are the proud parents of five little girls and three boys with whom they enjoy playing games, being outdoors and spending quality family time together.

Practice Areas
  • Probate
  • Estate Planning
  • Elder Law
  • Business Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Appeals & Appellate
Fees
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Arizona
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Mandarin: Spoken
Professional Experience
Founding Member/Partner
Holland Law Group, PLLC
- Current
Adjunct Professor of Business Law
- Current
Education
Arizona State University
J.D. (2007) | Law
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Arizona State University
B.A. | Political Science
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Honors: Cum Laude
Professional Associations
State Bar of Arizona
Member
- Current
Coconino County Bar Association
Member
- Current
Certifications
Licensed Fiduciary
Supreme Court of Arizona
Websites & Blogs
Website
Holland Law Group, PLLC
Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. If custodial parent doesnt let non-custodial have court order visition with child. What steps are needed
A: The failure to allow a parent to exercise court-ordered parenting time is considered a violation of a court order for which the parent withholding the child can be held in contempt. The proper way to address a contempt situation is to file a motion with the court requesting an "Order to Appear" (you will also have to provide the court with a completed form order to appear for the court to sign). Assuming the court signs the order to appear, you will need to have the order served on the non-compliant parent and prepare for the hearing on the order. At the hearing you will have the opportunity to present your evidence of non-compliance (provided you complied with applicable disclosure rules) and ask the court to hold the other parent in contempt. If the court holds the other parent in contempt, the court must also provide that parent with an opportunity to "purge" the contempt order. This is usually done by the court ordering make-up parenting time.
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Holland Law Group, PLLC
15 East Cherry Avenue, Suite 203
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
USA
Telephone: (928) 225-2896