Trisha Baggs has joined the Estate Planning and Probate practice at Fennemore Craig, 2394 E. Camelback Road, Suite 600.

“Trisha’s wide-ranging experience will further enrich the firm’s sophisticated estate planning practice and commitment to providing excellent service to clients,” said Jim Lee, practice group chair of Fennemore Craig’s Estate Planning and Probate practice.

Before joining Fennemore Craig, Baggs practiced at Quarles & Brady and she will continue to assist clients with sophisticated estate planning, traditional bypass trust and marital deduction planning; life insurance trusts; charitable estate planning; due diligence and opinion letters related to major gifts; generation-skipping tax planning; succession planning for family businesses; and probate and trust administration. Baggs earned her J.D. and B.A. from Arizona State University.

In other news, Scott Day Freeman, a shareholder in the firm’s Phoenix office, has been elected president of the Arizona Association of Defense Counsel. Established in 1965, the AADC is composed of defense attorneys who practice primarily in the area of civil defense litigation. The AADC is dedicated to the education of its members and the judiciary and increasing community awareness of positive aspects of the legal profession.

“We congratulate Scott on his election,” said Steve Good, managing partner of Fennemore Craig. “The firm is proud to have attorneys like Scott who are leaders of the legal community in the markets we serve.”

Freeman earned his J.D. from Arizona State University and his B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Arizona.

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