Dan Huff is a fifth generation Tucsonan and experienced trial attorney with a focus in family law, juvenile law, adoptions, and estate planning. Dan has demonstrated a strong record of dedication to his clients and use of effective and cost-efficient strategies in his legal work. Dan’s background in finance allows him to provide clients with comprehensive advice on various case complexities, whether regarding asset division or estate planning.
Before entering private practice, Dan was an Assistant Attorney General for the State where he gained significant litigation and trial experience. His trial work focused on prosecuting dependency and termination of parental rights cases, and establishing permanent guardianships for children. For a time, Dan also performed all phases of litigation for the State in the Court of Appeals in cases involving the Department of Child Safety. He also served on multiple court-improvement committees and was an attorney liaison for the State’s Office of Child Welfare Investigations.
Dan is also invested in strengthening the legal profession and improving outcomes for children and families. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Amphi Foundation to raise and invest additional funds for public schools, as a Regional Council Member for Arizona’s First Things First (an initiative to support children ages birth to five), serves on steering committees and as a volunteer Judge Pro Tempore in Pima County Superior Court, and serves on a local historic preservation commission. Dan has been a seminar presenter for the Arizona State Bar and Pima County Juvenile Court regarding various legal topics. He has also served on the Executive Councils of the Arizona State Bar’s Family Law and Public Lawyers Sections.
When he is not working with his clients to achieve their respective goals and objectives, Dan enjoys spending time with his family, hiking the trails around the Tucson valley, and watching college basketball.
J.D., Gonzaga University School of Law, 2009, cum laude
B.S.B.A., University of Arizona, 2005, Finance