CRAIG RAYMOND, attorney My AZ Lawyers
Craig Raymond, an attorney at My AZ Lawyers, has been practicing law in Arizona Nearly 25 years. Mr. Raymond understands the impact and privilege of his decision to become an attorney. “It’s been an incredible honor to practice law and to be entrusted with what is usually the single most important issue going on in a person’s life when I get a chance to meet and represent them,” he states.
Family Law Attorney in Arizona
Raymond took advice he was told as a young man that still applies to his legal profession today. “Hitting is about confidence,” was the lesson that he took away when he first learned how to hit a baseball. Those words stuck with Mr. Raymond, and to this day it has taught him how to attack life. Now that Mr. Raymond is an established lawyer in the Arizona community, he has learned that giving up is not an option. Dedication to his firm and his clients and cases is his number one priority.
For many years, Mr. Raymond prosecuted sex crimes cases. After navigating these difficult cases dealing with “the deepest, darkest waters of the human heart in those who would hurt a child,” he protected his clients, and advocated for their rights. Mr. Raymond also learned the legal process, and his experience allowed him to be successful at removing abused and neglected children from dangerous situations.
Arizona Family Law Lawyer
My AZ Lawyers is proud to offer Mr. Raymond’s family law legal skills and services to clients in Arizona. Mr. Raymond’s legal experience includes criminal, civil, mental health, juvenile delinquency, dependency, and domestic relations cases.
Craig Raymond’s career in law includes being appointed to the Arizona Superior Court in July 2009.
Representing Arizona residents in family law cases, Mr. Raymond has truly seen it all. Mr. Raymond is an asset to My AZ Lawyers law firm.
If you have a family law legal matter, contact Craig Raymond. “Where I come from, we had a team motto: I may give out, but I will never give up, says Mr. Raymond. “I never had a problem with the latter.”