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Dan Y.

Dan Yamauchi

Daniel Yamauchi is originally from Prescott, Arizona and is currently an associate at Shinnick & Ryan LLP. He was admitted to the California State Bar in 2011 and the Arizona Bar Association in 2014. In the past, he has practiced at Warnock, MacKinlay & Carman, PPLC and under James D. Hoey, a trial attorney in San Diego.
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Brent G.

Brent Gunderson

Attorney Brent Gunderson specializes in immigration law, trust and probate law, business law, and trust and estate planning law. He has been given the highest rating of AV from Martindale-Hubbell and is also a member of the Wealth Counsel. He is actively involved in other organizations and holds high-ranking positions within them. With over 29 years of experience, Attorney Gunderson can help you start your business, navigate the world of immigration, and even write out your will.
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Brad D.

Brad Denton

Brent has been providing top quality legal work to the Greater Phoenix area in Arizona since 1987 without the increased costs and bureaucracy of larger law firms. At Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, PC, Brent practices primarily in the areas of business, trust and estate planning, trust and probate administration, and immigration law. He has Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating of AV.
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Bert M.

Bert Millett

Whether you are purchasing or selling your home, are in a real estate law dispute, or contemplating any type of real estate transaction, Bert will make sure you know your rights. At Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, PC, he prides himself on his ability to advocate effectively for his clients and to work with precision. He also helps clients with contract issues and business law.
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Larry D.

Larry Dunn

Larry is primarily a commercial litigator at Dunderson, Denton & Peterson. He has litigated cases involving a range of issues, including contract, real estate, commercial, and construction defect. Larry worked at one of the largest volume residential landlord firms in the state, gaining significant experience with the Arizona Residential Landlord Tenant Act.
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Adam G.

Adam Gunderson

Adam is an attorney at Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, PC. His practice consists of a variety of legal areas including business and family-based immigration, trusts and estates, business planning, guardianships and conservatorships, and commercial litigation. In addition to serving clients in Arizona, he enjoys the state's natural beauty and watching the Phoenix suns.
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Elena C.

Elena Cottam

Elena is an attorney at Gunderston, Denton & Peterson, PC who mainly practices business, employment, and franchise law. She is dedicated to the firm and has worked in various positions since the beginning as a summer intern, office assistant, legal assistant, and now attorney. Elena is an Arizona native who enjoys traveling and spending time with her twin sister.
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David G.

David Glynn

David Glynn has over eighteen years of experience creating and negotiating contracts. In total, he has negotiated contracts reaching a combined total of over $500 million. His focus is on representing athletes and coaches. Glynn Sports Management, LLC, his agency, is proudly founded on the principals of integrity, quality service, and loyalty.
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Trudy R.

Trudy Rushforth

Trudy Rushforth, an Attorney focusing on Disability Law and Employment Law, is currently the Manager and Owner of her own law firm. Previously, she did legal work for Epiq Systems. Representing clients before the Social Security Administration, she helps her clients attain SSI or SSDI benefits. She also has a background in HR, adding to the effectiveness of her Employment Law practice. Rushforth was awarded the Witkin Award for Academic Excellence and graduated from Law School in 2011.
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Andy A.

Andy Anderson

After spending 4 years working for Titus Brueckner & Levine PLC, Andy Anderson is now an Attorney for Provident Law, PLLC. Serving both businesses and individuals, he aims to operate and protect this client's business ventures. When dealing with a startup, he counsels on choice of entity and agreements between founders during crucial initial stages. Anderson studied with the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law and graduated with his J.D. in 2009.
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