University of Arizona
- BA Business Administration majors in Real Estate and Insurance
- University of Arizona Law School
Phil Abromowitz’s civil litigation career began in 1974 when he returned to Tucson after serving as a Deputy Maricopa County Attorney criminal prosecutor. While attending the University of Arizona Law School he held an active real estate license and was elected Chairman of the Law School Board of Governors. Phil is AV rated by Martin-Hubbell for legal skills and ethics.
Mr. Abromowitz retired in 2014.
Stony Brook University
- BA with majors in Psychology and Philosophy
- JD in Law
Ethan Steele has been practicing law in Tucson since 1983. His practice has involved the areas of Real Estate, Contested Estates, Eminent Domain, and numerous Civil Appeals. Ethan has been called upon by many well-known Tucson attorneys to help them with their trial and appellate work over the years and has acted as outside council for Tucson Electric Power Company. For more information regarding Ethan Steele click here to be redirected to his general practice website.
in the mid 2000's Ethan and Phil worked on several cases of significant value in Avra Valley, Twin Peaks and Benson. Click here to read about these cases. Mr. Steele is currently representing landowners whose properties are being taken in whole or part for public use in the following projects: Grant Road widening, Downtown Links extension of the Aviation Highway, and the Ina Road widening over I-10.
- 2008 - Present: Legal Assistant to Ethan Steele
- 1983 - 2008: Senior Escrow Officer at Title Security Agency and Fidelity National Title
Cindy’s is a vital member of our team. Her smiling face and friendly voice is always available to our clients. Cindy's extensive experience as Senior Escrow Officer gives her the ability to deal with issues involving but, not limited to easements, right of ways, both boundary and American Land Title Association surveys, legal access and encroachments.