Locations

Northern Arizona

AWD Law proudly serves all of Central and Northern Arizona, including Coconino, Yavapai, Mohave, Maricopa and Navajo Counties. Our more than 40 years of legal service in this area has allowed us to become experts in the local court systems, local laws, and legal processes. When you choose us to represent you, you are getting legal representation from knowledgeable Northern Arizona attorneys who truly care about you.

We have offices conveniently located in Flagstaff and Sedona to better serve you with all of your legal needs. Our team includes attorneys with experience in a range of legal practice areas including, personal injury, bankruptcy, business law, estate planning, criminal defense, civil litigation, family law, real estate law, and more.

Flagstaff Law Office

We are proud to have roots in Northern Arizona’s fine city of Flagstaff. We have been serving residents here for more than 40 years. We have offered legal representation for a wide variety of legal matters including personal injury claims resolution, bankruptcy, criminal defense, business matters, divorce, and much more.

We continue to make our expert legal staff available to meet the many legal needs of the now more than 70,000 local residents. If you find yourself in a situation where you need legal advice or representation of any kind near Coconino County, be sure to contact us at (928) 774-1478.

Sedona Law Office

Our second legal office is located in Sedona, AZ. We expanded our reach to Yavapai county in order to better assist those more than 10,000 residents who previously had to travel to our Flagstaff office. We offer the very same high standard of legal representation to families and businesses in Sedona as we always have in Flagstaff.

If you are facing a situation that requires legal representation, be sure to contact us or visit our Sedona office.

Helpful Local Resources

Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure
Arizona Department of Insurance
Arizona Medical Board

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