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Eliza Daley Read

Mangum, Wall, Stoops & Warden PLLC

Eliza Daley Read

Mangum, Wall, Stoops & Warden PLLC

Eliza Daley Read

Mangum, Wall, Stoops & Warden PLLC

Partner Eliza Read is certified by the State Bar of Arizona as a Specialist in Estate and Trust Law, and has earned the CELA (Certified Elder Law Attorney) designation from the National Elder Law Foundation.  Eliza’s practice focuses on:

  • Wills, Trusts, Estates, and Estate Planning, including powers of attorney, asset transfers, and business succession;
  • Elder Law, including Guardianship and Conservatorship, Disability/Special Needs and Public Benefit Planning;
  • Probate and Trust Administration and Litigation;
  • Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution;
  • Tribal and Federal-Indian Law.

Eliza is admitted to practice in the Courts of the State of Arizona (1997); the United States District Court, District of Arizona (2000); the Courts of the Hopi Tribe; and the Navajo Nation Courts.  She earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree, Humanities, from John Carroll University (1990) and her JD (1997) from Case Western Reserve University, where she was a Colbert Scholar.

Eliza is currently the President of the Arizona Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA).  She has served as Chair of the Mental Health and Elder Law Section of the State Bar of Arizona (2006-2007), and as a board member for many organizations associated with elder law, tribal rights and interests, estate planning, and protecting the rights of aging people and people with disabilities.  Eliza is also a licensed fiduciary.

Firm Description

Figuring out the best course of action and planning for the future can be confusing and overwhelming, especially when a person or family is faced with issues related to aging or disability. At Mangum, Wall, Stoops & Warden, we draw on a variety of legal tools and techniques to assist our clients, their families and loved ones, to evaluate options and develop a holistic plan tailored to meet their specific goals and objectives.

These may include:

  • traditional estate planning (wills, trusts, powers of attorney);
  • insurance and public benefit eligibility planning;
  • long-term care concerns;
  • guardianship and/or conservatorship;
  • succession-of-care planning;
  • advocating for the client or patient¹s right to dignity and quality care.

As part of this process, we often collaborate with other professionals such as accountants, financial planners and advisors, medical experts, and benefit specialists, in order to develop and help our clients implement their short and long term goals.

We work hard to develop the most effective plan to meet our clients¹ needs, incorporating the elder or disabled person¹s rights, independence, and dignity to the greatest extent possible.

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112 North Elden Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

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