Shannon Trezza

Shannon Trezza of Arizona Statewide Paralegal.

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Shannon Trezza is a Certified Legal Document Preparer licensed by the Arizona Supreme Court and a Certified Estate Planner. She graduated from the National Institute of Certified Estate Planners, and completes a minimum of 20 hours of continuing education per year to keep up with the changes in the law.

Shannon trained for several years under the tutelage of her husband who has been practicing law in Arizona for more than 20 years and she has an A rating from the Better Business Bureau.

Since founding Statewide Paralegal in 2007, Shannon has prepared thousands of estate planning documents including Revocable Trusts, Last Wills and Testaments, Powers of Attorney and Beneficiary Deeds. She is also proficient in preparing Probate documents, Affidavits of Succession, Guardianship and Conservatorship documents.

Shannon also prepares uncontested divorce, child support and parenting time and all other related family law documents.  Shannon is well versed in the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure and Rules of Civil Procedure.  

Shannon works hard to make sure her clients receive perfectly prepared documents and that they have a good experience with her company. Her staff is very friendly, your phone calls and emails will be responded to quickly and she offers a money back guarantee. You will save thousands of dollars if you choose Statewide Paralegal over an attorney, so call her today. Same day appointments are possible and she is conveniently located at Oracle and Ina roads.

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