Areas of Practice: Medical malpractice, personal injury, estate planning, probate of estates, guardianships and conservatorships, real estate, business transactions, and commercial leasing.
J. Grant Walker's Education: Juris Doctor, Brigham Young University Law School. Graduated cum laude in April 1981. Full-tuition merit scholarship. BYU Law Review article editor. Bachelor of Arts in English, Brigham Young University. Graduated summa cum laude (GPA 3.96 on a 4.0 scale) as valedictorian of the College of Humanities.
36 Years of Experience
Why Choose Us?
J. Grant Walker began his legal career practicing in top of the line law firms in Phoenix and Mesa. He brings to Southeastern Arizona the knowledge to do sophisticated estate plans, execute advanced business transactions, and has the ability to handle complex litigation against large firms from the Phoenix and Tucson areas.
Our Experience Shows!
J. Grant Walker has long been given a rating of AV, the highest through Martindale Hubble's peer review ratings system. J. Grant Walker is a member of the State Bar of Arizona since 1981, specifically the probate and trust and real property sections.
Supporting Humanitarian Activities and Causes
Founder and President of Families Helping Families Inc, an Arizona non-profit corporation dedicated to aiding families and individuals in the Third World.
Leader of 16-week-long international service missions to Honduras and Mexico.
Co-founder of the BIT service for education business school movement.
Founder of the non-profit NGO Families Helping Families Inc, a publicly supported charity that builds low-cost housing for the poor in Honduras and Mexico.
Co-founder and co-chairman of One Life at a Time – Esperanza, which operates humanitarian business schools in Central America. Please visit www.olaat.orgfor more information.
J. Grant Walker has been practicing law in Arizona since 1981.
Areas we service:
Graham County - Safford, Thatcher, and Pima areas
Greenlee County - Morenci, Clifton, and Duncan areas