For over 18 years, the Law Office of Hector A. Montoya, P.L.L.C., has earned a reputation for results. Hector Montoya is a lawyer who spends time and...
For over 18 years, the Law Office of Hector A. Montoya, P.L.L.C., has earned a reputation for results. Hector Montoya is a lawyer who spends time and...Hector A. Montoya is an attorney possessing the right perspective to secure the right results for his clients. For Southern Arizona residents, he provides personalized representation throughout the process of divorce. On behalf of Pima County businesses, he looks out for their interests when contract disputes and other legal matters arise.
For over 18 years, the Law Office of Hector A. Montoya, P.L.L.C., has earned a reputation for results. Hector Montoya is a lawyer who spends time and listens to clients' specific legal issues. From there, he helps them evaluate their options and move forward with plans that focus on achieving the best outcome.
Divorce - including cases that involve Southern Arizona residents of all income-levels and members of the military - combines legal complexities with emotional elements. Child custody, child support, spousal maintenance and property division can become highly contested matters. Mr. Montoya provides an objective point of view in determining strategies that protect the rights of his clients and the best interests of their children.
While you may feel that solutions are out of reach following a divorce filing, Hector A. Montoya's results-oriented approach can help you see that all-important "silver lining" and move on with your life. Should issues arise following the finalization of a divorce decree, Mr. Montoya is only a telephone call away.
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3507 North Campbell AvenueSuite 111Tucson, AZ 85719
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