Elizabeth is a third generation Tucsonan and a proud graduate of Green Fields County Day School. She traveled away from Tucson to study economics and government at Connecticut College, where she graduated cum laude. Before law school Elizabeth spent several years in New York city where she worked in the capital markets industry as a as a legal assistant for Davis Polk & Wardwell. Elizabeth returned to Tucson where she attended the University of Arizona Rogers College of Law. In 2013, she joined Fleming & Curti as an Attorney.

Elizabeth’s practice focuses on trust administration, probate, guardianship, conservatorship and estate planning. Elizabeth is a licensed private fiduciary and uses her expertise to help families navigate the process of administering trusts and estates. With the help of the talented staff at Fleming & Curti, Elizabeth serves as guardian, conservator, trustee and/or personal representative.  She has a passion for public speaking and has presented on different topics including Charitable Gift Planning, Diminished Capacity and Estate Planning, Representation of Fiduciaries and Best Practices for Trustees Managing Special Needs Trusts.  Elizabeth is a member of the Special Needs Alliance, an invitation-only nation organization, comprised of attorneys dedicated to the practice of disability and public benefits law.

Elizabeth is also member of the Arizona State Bar Probate & Trust Executive Council. Leading efforts to provide continuing legal education in the Arizona community, Elizabeth chaired the Probate and Trust track for the Arizona State Bar’s CLE by the Sea program in 2017 and 2018 and is leading the Probate & Trust planning committee for the 2019 Arizona State Bar Convention. She serves on the Professional Advisory Group for the Jewish Community Foundation and the Gift Planning Professional Advisory Counsel for the University of Arizona Foundation. Elizabeth is grateful for the opportunity to serve the community as a volunteer. She is a past President of the Planned Giving Roundtable of Southern Arizona and Blanche Johnson Affordable Housing (a HUD Section 202 program), and former Vice President and Treasurer of the Arizona Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.

Elizabeth loves practicing law in her hometown and is fortunate to work in a dog-friendly office, where her goldendoodle, Duncan, joins her at work. Outside the office, Elizabeth enjoys gardening, grilling and paddle boarding with her husband, Doug.

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