Stephen A. Thompson
Estate Planning & Probate, Real Estate, Business

Stephen A. Thompson

Attorney Stephen Thompson is a native of Flagstaff and is admitted to all state and federal courts in Arizona. He practices in the areas of estate planning, probate, real estate, business, corporate, and commercial matters. He is involved in many aspects of the local business community and is available for individual and small business representation.

Click here to read “Terms and Documents for Planning Your Estate“, a Flagstaff Business News article written by Stephen Thompson.

Areas of Practice

Estate Planning & Probate
Real Estate


Supreme Court of Arizona, 1995
U.S. District Court – District of Arizona, 1996


University of San Diego School of Law, San Diego, California

• LL.M., Tax, 1996

California Western School of Law, San Diego, California

• J.D., 1995

The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

• B.S., Business Administration (Finance), 1991

Professional Memberships & Activities

Coconino County Bar Association, Member
State Bar of Arizona, Probate and Trust Section, Member
American Bar Association, Member

Mr. Thompson is a frequent speaker on estate planning matters to both private groups and through public seminars, and has lectured on small business formation and representation.

Community Involvement

Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce

• Board of Directors, 2012 – present
• Business Advocacy & Government Affairs Committee, 2008 – present

Northern Arizona Healthcare, Flagstaff Medical Center

• Certificate Holder, 2009 – present

Catholic Community Foundation (Diocese of Phoenix)

• Professional Advisory Board, 2015 – present

Northern Arizona University, Catholic Newman Center

• Finance Council, 2013 – present

Flagstaff Business Leaders, 2010 – present
West Flagstaff Little League

• Board Member and Baseball Coach, 2006 – 2012

National Junior Basketball (NJB)

• Board Member and Basketball Coach, 2005 – 2012

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