Uri Gai Palmer is an attorney focusing his practice on areas such as Child Custody, Juvenile Law, Adoption, Appeals, Family, Uncontested Divorce, Marriage & Prenuptials, Domestic Violence, Divorce & Separation, Child Abuse, Alimony, Foster Parent Litigation, Grandparents’ Rights, Post Decree Family Law, Probate, Same-Sex Couples, Termination of Parental Rights, Child Support, and Prenuptial, Postnuptial, & Cohabitation Agreements.
He is a native of Tucson and serves as a partner in Arizona Child & Family Law. He adopts a straightforward approach to dependency, divorce, severance, and child-custody cases. He has extensive experience of successfully representing grandparents and third-party intervenors in loco parentis actions, placement, and visitation.
He understands that children face most hardships during court involvement, and being a father of two kids, he handles their cases delicately, while protecting their rights as well as voicing their concerns in the court of law.
The Southern Arizona Legal Aid granted him the Outstanding Pro Bono Attorney Award and the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education recognized him for Pro Bono Excellence in 2017 and 2018 respectively.
He obtained the membership of the Pima County Bar Association, the Arizona State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. He also serves on the board of the school at Satori, which his two kids attend.
After completing grade school, he earned his Bachelor’s of Arts in Political Science from the University of Arizona in 2006. He worked as a courtroom clerk for several years at the Pima County Superior Court, before moving to Virginia to attend law school.
Uri Gai Palmer joined the George Mason University School of law and served on the board of the Trial Advocacy Association, and as the vice president of the GMU branch of the American Constitution Society.
During his law school years in Virginia, he also worked as a Clerk with the Office of the Public Defender in both Loudoun and Fairfax Counties and focused on cases ranging from possession to first-degree murder.
He later worked with Northern Virginia Legal Services aiming to provide free representation to the victims of domestic violence in protection order hearings.
He obtained his Juris Doctorate and the license to practice law in the state of Arizona in the year 2012. He returned to Tucson and started working with the Pima County Office of Children’s Counsel and represented children in contentious divorce, child custody proceedings, and abuse & neglect cases.
While working there, he also handled litigation in numerous dependency and severance cases, prosecuted severances on behalf of his child clients, and assisted in giving voice to the children at risk of being lost in the system.
Uri Palmer started a private practice in 2014 with the Law Office of Uri G. Palmer and offered individual attention as well as zealous representation to his clients. He joined his current law firm as a partner in the year 2016.
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