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Arizona Experienced Attorneys

Since 1973, the law firm of Platt & Westby P.C. has provided dependable legal services to Phoenix and the surrounding communities. Our skilled legal team aggressively advocates for our clients and guides them through complex legal issues. In the areas of Real Estate, Probate, Estate Planning, Business Law, Civil Litigation, Family Law, and Bankruptcy, you will receive straightforward advice, prompt communication, and expert legal representation. We have six convenient locations in the Phoenix valley and offer free consultations. Please contact us right away!

Why Should You Work With Platt & Westby P.C.?

We are proud to have earned the AV designation*, which is the highest rating for competence and ethics, at Platt & Westby, P.C. Our Phoenix real estate attorneys believe in making legal services available to everyone, and we go above and beyond to achieve this goal. For nearly 40 years, we have provided free initial consultations to anyone who requests them. Our partners do not delegate this critical service to a junior associate or paralegal. You will not be greeted by a salesperson here. In most cases, a visitor to Platt and Westby, P.C. will meet with one of our partners who will answer questions, explain procedures, and suggest options. To learn more about our firm, please contact us today.

Legal Services for A Lifetime on The Phoenix Community

We provide knowledgeable, creative, and practical problem-solving. Beyond the obvious, we seek the most effective and cost-effective solutions, a focus demanded by our partners. At Platt & Westby, P.C., our partners work as a leadership team with a lifetime of experience as successful business owners, real estate investors, and landlords. They are skilled negotiators who have successfully negotiated in both good and bad times. They value community service as well and have served as executive officers or board members for homeowner associations, religious organizations, and nonprofit organizations. They are spouses, parents, and caregivers for elderly parents and children with special needs. We or a family member has already been there, wherever you may find yourself in life.

Our Approach

This wealth of experience provides us at Platt & Westby, P.C. with a unique perspective. We comprehensively approach the practice of law. Clients come to us with their own set of circumstances and requirements. We understand that there will never be a “one-size-fits-all” solution. It is critical to have extensive experience in many areas of law and business to craft practical solutions. We’ve learned that, no matter how justified, litigation isn’t always the best solution to complex problems.

We’ve learned that it’s critical to look beyond the immediate challenges and work to create an environment in which our clients can succeed after the battle is over. We keep sight of the end goal and discard positions and strategies that hinder our progress toward it. We assist clients in seeing the best possible outcome from a negative set of circumstances and assisting them in achieving that outcome. We’ve made lifelong friendships and relationships along the way. Platt & Westby P.C. is proud to represent the grandchildren of some of our very first clients.

Practice Areas

  • Real Estate
  • Business Law
  • Probate
  • Estate Planning
  • Wills & Trusts
  • Elder Law
  • Bankruptcy
  • Litigation
  • Family Law

Contact A Phoenix Lawyer Today

Trust the experienced legal team at Platt & Westby with your Real Estate, Probate, Estate Planning, Business Law, Civil Litigation, Family Law, or Bankruptcy matter. Our firm takes a client-centered approach, emphasizing communication and straightforward legal advice. If you are having a problem or need assistance with a legal issue, please contact us so that we can schedule a meeting with one of our lawyers at your earliest convenience.

We serve the following areas: Maricopa County, which includes Phoenix, Mesa, Glendale, Gilbert, Chandler, Scottsdale, Tempe, and Guadalupe; Gila County, which includes Globe and Payson; Yavapai County, which includes Prescott; Pima County, which includes Tucson; and Yuma County, which includes Yuma.