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Gilbert, AZ
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in AZ
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About Tad

Tad Davis has represented individuals and families in all stages of divorce and custody proceedings. Tad has worked with families that are in high conflict disputes as well as parties that have an uncontested divorce. We have also assisted parties in dividing their assets, including retirement assets, as well as with business division.

Top Case Types

Divorce: 60%

Child Custody & Support: 30%

Spousal Support: 5%

Restraining Order: 5%

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Family Law Attorney, Law Office of Tad Davis

February 2016 - Pursuing

Domestic Violence Prosecutor, Pinal County Attorney's Office

November 2010 - February 2016

Prosecutor, Maricopa County Attorney's Office

July 2008 - November 2010


Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University


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Office Address

1530 E Williams Field Rd Suite 201, Gilbert, AZ 85295, USA


Consultation: Free


Last Service Flat Fee Hourly Fee *
Uncontested Divorce $2500 -
Contested Divorce (starts at) $5000 -
Divorce Mentor / Coaching subscription (DIY Divorce) $500 -
Hourly Fee is an approximate. Please consult with the lawyer for exact price

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Visa, AMEX, Master Card, Discover, Check, ACH, Wire Transfer

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