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Date(s) - 05/01/2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Laws change and circumstances change. The coronavirus is a major circumstance, and it reminds us to make sure our personal legal affairs are in the best order possible. “Law Day USA” (May 1) gives us that opportunity, thanks to a local and well known estate-planning expert.

Pat Egbert is an attorney-at-law and long-time Tucson area resident and member (and past president) of the Catalina Rotary Club. Pat graduated from the University of Arizona College of Law in 1973. He is admitted to the State Bar of Arizona and practices in both Arizona state and Federal courts. Since the early 1980’s Pat has served as a judge pro tempore in the Arizona Superior Court. With extensive experience in litigation matters, Pat’s legal practice involves legal issues dealing with elder law, conservatorships, guardianships, trust and probate estate administration and litigation. He also provides quality estate planning for his clients. Pat is a Vietnam veteran, having served four years as an officer and pilot in the Air Force. He graduated from UCLA in 1965 and has been married to his wife, Candy, since 1966. They came to Tucson to complete his military service at Davis-Monthan AFB in 1968.