Andrew P. Gorman was born in Phoenix, Arizona where he has lived ever since. His wife, Marie, came to Arizona from Staten Island, NY in 1992. The two met during their early college years while working at a local retirement home as servers in the dining room. The couple has three beautiful children, Julia, Dina and Michael.
Mr. Gorman received his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Arizona State University with honors, in 1996 . During his tenure at ASU, Mr. Gorman worked extensively with the Boys and Girls Club of AZ in serving the needs of our many underprivileged children and was awarded three consecutive yearly scholarships through the retirement community he dutifully served.
In 1999 Mr. Gorman received his Juris Doctor from Whittier Law School in Irvine, CA with honors. While in law school, Mr. Gorman served as President of the local Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program providing those who cannot afford an attorney with free legal advice on estate and tax planning issues. Mr. Gorman also had the privilege of serving as a legal assistant to the Honorable Paul G. Rosenblatt of the US District Court, District of Arizona.
Since 1999, Mr. Gorman has practiced solely in the areas of estate planning, probate, business formations and real estate transactions. During such time, Mr. Gorman has become known throughout the community as an expert in estate planning and his advice and opinions have been sought by thousands of clients, media members and local law makers.
Mr. Gorman possesses the natural ability of identifying a client’s needs and helping them achieve their objectives, while providing his clients with personal attention and satisfying results. Whether your estate is large or small, Mr. Gorman will provide you with peace of mind in knowing that your legacy will pass on to your heirs in an easy, efficient and problem free manner.
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