Helene S. Fenlon, PLC is an experienced law firm that provides effective management of estate conflicts and personable, friendly service. With more than 20 years of trial experience, extensive business knowledge and practical understanding of finance and business practices, Helene has a proven track record of helping clients in Scottsdale and throughout Arizona achieve successful outcomes in and out of court. More important, she helps you develop strategies to resolve conflicts to promote family wealth preservation and efficient distribution of assets to heirs and beneficiaries.
Mr. Grandmont was born in Worcester, Massachusetts and received his Bachelor of Arts from Arizona State University in 2001. He received his Juris Doctor from Arizona Summit Law School in 2013 and is admitted to the Arizona State Bar. Mr. Grandmont is a former Deputy Community Prosecutor for the Gila River Indian Community and held the position of Corporate Counsel for an Arizona based private equity company.
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Ms. Santilli is an Arizona native. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Arizona State University in 2012 and Cum Laude from Arizona Summit Law School in 2015. She was admitted to the Arizona State Bar in 2015.
Ms. Santilli practices in the area of bankruptcy trustee rights, business and consumer bankruptcy, and creditor’s rights.
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Ms. Reeves is admitted to practice law in the State of Arizona, and New South Wales, Australia. She graduated with her Juris Doctorate from The University of Sydney. Ms. Reeves international experience includes international commercial transactions, large real estate transactions, and cross-border investments. In 2016, Ms. Reeves relocated to the Arizona to be closer to her family and pursue her career goal of working in litigation. She practices in probate, litigation, and real estate matters. She is very active in pro bono work for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Mr. McDonald is admitted in the State of Arizona, California, and the District of Columbia, and received his Juris Doctorate from California Western School of Law. He graduated magna cum laude in 2007 and was hired through the U.S. Attorney General Honors Program, where he clerked for two years in the Immigration Courts in Los Angeles and Miami. Over the course of the following six years, Mr. McDonald worked for the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Immigration Litigation, in Washington, D.C., litigating appeals in federal courts of appeals throughout the country. In May 2015, Mr. McDonald relocated to Phoenix, Arizona, and entered private practice. His current practice focuses on family- and employment-based immigration, and also includes federal and state civil litigation as well as bankruptcy.
Steven Gregory Jones was educated at the University of New Mexico and was admitted to the State Bar of Arizona on November 9, 1985. Mr, Jones has been engaged in a broad and varied litigation practice since 1985. He is experienced in several areas of litigation, including commercial, bankruptcy, employment, intellectual property, professional liability, arbitration, administrative hearings, trials and appeals.
He also has substantial experience handling construction defect disputes, representing owners, subcontractors, contractors, architects, and engineers in litigation and before the Registrar of Contractors. Mr. Jones understands complex construction and engineering issues and has been involved privately as an entrepreneur in building and development projects.
He has extensive training as a mediator through AAA and acts as a mediator and arbitrator. Mr. Jones currently serves as a Judge Pro Tem with the Maricopa Superior Court.
Mr. Jones’ areas of focus include Alternative Dispute Resolution, Construction Law and Real Estate/Property law.
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Ms. Steiner received her Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting Cum Laude, from Arizona State University. She received her Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, from Arizona State University and is admitted to the Arizona State Bar. Ms. Steiner is also a Certified Real Estate Specialist, State Bar of Arizona and was formerly licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in Arizona.
Ms. Steiner’s current practice consists of all aspects of real estate and commercial transactions including negotiation and documentation of real estate purchases, sales, leases and planned communities, including covenants, conditions and restrictions, easements and development agreements, loan workouts and foreclosures, Arizona foreclosure and anti-deficiency laws, short sales, asset sales and purchases, landlord tenant disputes, evictions, review of title, survey and environmental matters, and formation of corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships.
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Mr. Hilkert is admitted in the State of Arizona, Illinois and Wisconsin. Prior to joining Lane & Nach, P.C., he worked at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona as a law clerk for the Honorable Sarah S. Curley. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin School of Law and Beloit College.
Mr. Hilkert practices in the areas of bankruptcy law and creditors’ rights.
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Mr. Rodgers was born in Richland, Washington and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science in 2001 from University of Virginia, and his Masters of Arts in 2002 from University of Arizona. He received his Juris Doctor in 2007 from the University Of Arizona James E. Rogers College Of Law. Mr. Rodgers practices in the areas of bankruptcy trustee rights, business and consumer bankruptcy, commercial and residential receivership law, civil litigation, tax lien foreclosure law, and creditor’s rights. Mr. Rodgers has appellate experience at the District Court, 9th Circuit BAP, and 9th Circuit Court of Appeals levels.
Mr. Rodgers is a Board Certified Bankruptcy Law Specialist – State Bar of Arizona and Board Certified – Creditors’ Rights Law – American Board of Certification.
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Mr. Nach was born in Phoenix, Arizona and received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting in 1985 from the University of Arizona. He received his Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law and is admitted to the Arizona State Bar. Mr. Nach was the judicial law clerk to the former Chief Bankruptcy Judge for the District of Arizona, Robert G. Mooreman. He is a frequent lecturer on bankruptcy law and creditors’ rights and has written extensively on such matters for the Norton Bankruptcy Institute, the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees, the Arizona State Bar, and the National Business Institute. Mr. Nach is admitted to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.
Mr. Nach is a Board Certified Bankruptcy Law Specialist – State Bar of Arizona and Board Certified – Creditors’ Rights Law – American Board of Certification and Martindale-Hubbell AV rated.
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