J.D., Gonzaga University School of Law, 2009, cum laude

B.A., University of Hawaii – Manoa, 2005, Psychology, Certificate in Spanish

Arizona, 2009

Laura Huff grew up on Oahu in Hawaii and relocated to Tucson in 2009 to establish her law career and practice. Laura initially practiced family law at a private firm where she assisted clients with dissolution of marriage, child custody, child support, paternity, and relocation matters. After several years, Laura shifted gears and entered government practice. She devoted eight years as an Assistant Attorney General at the Arizona Attorney General’s Office working on all forms of appellate litigation for the State and the Department of Child Safety. Laura was recognized as the “Emerging Star” in her division of the Attorney General’s Office and she received multiple “Outstanding Team” awards for her work. In her appellate practice Laura has argued cases before the Arizona Court of Appeals and the Arizona Supreme Court.

Laura’s practice is primarily focused on estate planning–including wills, trusts, and probate issues, as well as appellate law.  She is adept at crafting financial strategies to assist clients in achieving their respective objectives. Laura also regularly assists clients in developing advance care directives, powers of attorney, revocable and special needs trusts, and guardianships.

Laura is a graduate of the Bar Leadership Institute of the State Bar of Arizona, a leadership development program aimed at fostering professional growth and enhancing attorney standards of practice. She has also served on several State Bar committees, including the Committee on Diversity and Inclusion and the Best Practices Committee of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office.

When she is not working with her clients, Laura enjoys spending time with her family, including visiting local parks, hiking, and enjoying the great outdoors of the Sonoran Desert.