Gerald W. Hunt
Attorney Gerald W. Hunt is a founding partner of the firm and a veteran lawyer who has been practicing for more than 40 years. Having obtained an LLM in taxation from Washington University in St. Louis, is recognized as an AV Preeminent (5.0 out of 5.0) rated attorney. He was elected as a fellow of the American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel. A former trust officer, he has extensive knowledge of the fiduciary and reporting requirements of trustees in revocable and irrevocable trusts, and of other fiduciaries including personal representatives, majority business owners, and partners and LLC members. He has served as an attorney for dozens of businesses, assists them in their operations, personnel issues, real estate and land use needs. He has represented many of Western Arizona’s preeminent business enterprises, real estate developers, financial institutions, agribusiness ventures and the estate and succession planning needs of the families behind them. Mr. Hunt further has extensive experience in the Municipal and Public Agency Law, having presided as city attorney for the Cities of San Luis and Somerton, and the Towns of Parker and Quartzsite and assisted many quasi-governmental entities, including industrial development authorities, economic development agencies, municipal property corporations and other public entities.
An experienced attorney, Gerald W. Hunt is board certified as a specialist in estate and trust law. He focuses his practice on advising clients in a wide variety of estate planning cases, including trusts, probate, and estate administration. His practice also includes:
- Tax law
- Business planning
- Municipal law
- Health law
He counsels clients ranging from individuals to government entities to corporate clients. He is admitted to practice in the state of Arizona, as well as:
- District of Columbia
Gerald W. Hunt frequently represents clients across the country in both state and federal court. He will use his extensive experience to identify your goals and provide the legal counsel you need to achieve them.