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1745 E. River Rd, Suite 101, Tucson, AZ 85718

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1745 E. River Rd.

That’s our new address: 1745 E. River Rd, Suite 101, Tucson, AZ 85718. We move in this month. We’re very excited.

We’ve explained the upcoming move before. While we have been in the same location for over a quarter century, it’s time to move on. We need more space, and we want to be closer to our clients.

What’s the effective date?

We’re all but moved in. Final touches are going in to the space now, we have keys and regular access. But our desks won’t be set up (and our reception area ready for you) until February 25. We’re already redirecting our mail to the new address.

If you have an appointment with us in the next couple weeks, you’ll still come to our old address on Granada Ave. But we’ve already reduced the number of appointments between now and our move date. Turns out that the Tucson Gem and Mineral Shows are in town during our move, and it’s already pretty hard to get to our old office.

In the meantime, feel free to drive by and look at our new signs, the entry and the general location. But we won’t be there to show you around just yet.

What about the dogs? And the breadmaker?

Don’t worry. Odin, Duncan, the breadmaker and the fantastic coffee machine are all making the move with us. Odin and Duncan have checked the new place out pretty thoroughly, and they are both reserving final judgment. But they both enjoy a new adventure.

When we get fully moved in, we’ll hope to see you in the new office. One of the things about the new space: we will be able to have our regular Trust School sessions onsite. So if you’re a client you’ll be getting invitations to join us in our scheduled seminars.

What about the history?

You may know that our old office was a home, built almost exactly a century ago by a Tucson pioneer named Charles Hinchcliffe. He also built the three houses across the street (and north of our old office), plus what has sometimes been described as Tucson’s first “motor court”.

We’re losing that history, but taking on some other Tucson history. Our new digs are in the Joesler Village. While that complex is relatively new (it was built just about the time we first moved into our old offices), it is based on the work of the early Tucson architect Josiah Joesler. He began working in Tucson just after our old office building was completed, and this new incarnation of his style is true to that early building ethic.

So, please:

Now’s the time to update your rolodex (or contact database). Our new information:

Fleming & Curti, PLC
1745 E. River Rd., Suite 101
Tucson, AZ 85718

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Robert B. Fleming


Robert Fleming is a Fellow of both the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He has been certified as a Specialist in Estate and Trust Law by the State Bar of Arizona‘s Board of Legal Specialization, and he is also a Certified Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation. Robert has a long history of involvement in local, state and national organizations. He is most proud of his instrumental involvement in the Special Needs Alliance, the premier national organization for lawyers dealing with special needs trusts and planning.

Robert has two adult children, two young grandchildren and a wife of over fifty years. He is devoted to all of them. He is also very fond of Rosalind Franklin (his office companion corgi), and his homebound cat Muninn. He just likes people, their pets and their stories.

Elizabeth N.R. Friman


Elizabeth Noble Rollings Friman is a principal and licensed fiduciary at Fleming & Curti, PLC. Elizabeth enjoys estate planning and helping families navigate trust and probate administrations. She is passionate about the fiduciary work that she performs as a trustee, personal representative, guardian, and conservator. Elizabeth works with CPAs, financial professionals, case managers, and medical providers to tailor solutions to complex family challenges. Elizabeth is often called upon to serve as a neutral party so that families can avoid protracted legal conflict. Elizabeth relies on the expertise of her team at Fleming & Curti, and as the Firm approaches its third decade, she is proud of the culture of care and consideration that the Firm embodies. Finding workable solutions to sensitive and complex family challenges is something that Elizabeth and the Fleming & Curti team do well.

Amy F. Matheson


Amy Farrell Matheson has worked as an attorney at Fleming & Curti since 2006. A member of the Southern Arizona Estate Planning Council, she is primarily responsible for estate planning and probate matters.

Amy graduated from Wellesley College with a double major in political science and English. She is an honors graduate of Suffolk University Law School and has been admitted to practice in Arizona, Massachusetts, New York, and the District of Columbia.

Prior to joining Fleming & Curti, Amy worked for American Public Television in Boston, and with the international trade group at White & Case, LLP, in Washington, D.C.

Amy’s husband, Tom, is an astronomer at NOIRLab and the Head of Time Domain Services, whose main project is ANTARES. Sadly, this does not involve actual time travel. Amy’s twin daughters are high school students; Finn, her Irish Red and White Setter, remains a puppy at heart.

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Matthew M. Mansour


Matthew is a law clerk who recently earned his law degree from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. His undergraduate degree is in psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Matthew has had a passion for advocacy in the Tucson community since his time as a law student representative in the Workers’ Rights Clinic. He also has worked in both the Pima County Attorney’s Office and the Pima County Public Defender’s Office. He enjoys playing basketball, caring for his cat, and listening to audiobooks narrated by the authors.