Tracy Gordon

Attorney in Phoenix, AZ

After working for six years as a paralegal for prominent Arizona family law attorneys, Tracy Gordon attended law school. While completing her law school education, Ms. Gordon served on the school's law review and completed an advanced legal writing clerkship at the Maricopa County Superior Court which required review, analysis and drafting of decisions on dispositive motions in complex civil cases. Upon graduating cum laude from Phoenix School of Law, Ms. Gordon became a partner at Jensen and Gordon.


Ms. Gordon received her undergraduate degree in Finance from Arizona State University. Ms. Gordon finds her finance/accounting background particularly useful in tracing assets, assisting with complicated business valuations, and handling other matters that arise in high-asset or high-conflict divorce cases

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Areas of Law

  • Family Law

     

    Experience & Credentials

    Position

    Partner

    Admission Details

    Admitted in 2011, Arizona

    Law School Attended

    Phoenix School of Law
    J.D.
    cum laude)

    University Attended

    Arizona State University
    B.S.
    Finance)

    Associations & Memberships

    State Bar of Arizona

    Contact Information

    Phone

    602-230-1118 Call Now

    Fax

    602-230-9622


    Office Information
    Tracy Gordon
    Partner
     2025 North Third Street, Suite 150,
    Phoenix, AZ 85004

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