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Angela C. Moore

Angela C. Moore

Angela C. Moore is in private practice with her sister, Annalisa Moore Masunas. She received her undergraduate degree in Finance and Accounting from the University of Arizona, graduating magna cum laude in 1996. Angela graduated from law school at Arizona State University in 1999. She then received an advanced law degree in taxation (LLM) from the University of Washington in June of 2000. Angela was admitted to the practice of law in Arizona in December of 1999, and started practicing law with an emphasis in estate planning in July of 2000.

Angela is a member of Wealth Counsel (2012 to now), National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Southern Arizona Estate Planning Council, and Pima County Bar Association. Angela was a member of the National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys (2000-2012). She volunteers her time with the Volunteer Lawyers Program, Wills for Heroes Program (AZ), Rotary Club of Tucson (chairs TRVFA committee) and Community Foundation for Southern Arizona (serves on Professional Advisory Committee). Angela is a sustaining member of Assistance League of Tucson.

Angela has previously served on the Steering Committee for the Southern Chapter of the Arizona Women Lawyers Association and the Wills for Heroes Program; headed the estates team that created the Arizona language to use in the Wills for Heroes Program; was on the board of the Arizona Chapter of National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys; and served as a member of the Probate & Trust Executive Council (2008-2011).

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