We are an Arizona firm. Our roots go back to the 1930s and evolved into Mesch Clark Rothschild in 1957, the firm that it is today. We have maintained our strength and stability through our relationships in the community, commitment to our values, service to our clients, and mindful planning.
Personal Injury & Wrongful Death
Our personal injury and wrongful death lawyers have experience in cases involving serious and catastrophic injuriesDiscover More
Our construction attorneys are experienced in all facets of construction law. From negotiating contracts to disputes and resolutions.…Discover More
Our bankruptcy and business reorganization attorneys have assisted clients through complex cases throughout Arizona.Discover More
Our experienced attorneys handle all types of real estate transactions because even the simplest transaction may involve complicated agreements.Discover More
Corporate & Business
For over 50 years, our corporate and business attorneys have handled all types of business and corporate issues.Discover More
Since 1957, Mesch Clark Rothschild has been providing first-rate legal representation to clients in a wide range of practice areas. Our reputation for success is based on the many years of experience held by our professionals practicing law in Tucson and throughout Arizona. We practice with honesty and integrity, with a firm commitment to our core values. We approach each case with an eye to achieving the best results possible for our clients. We are committed to provide exceptional client service throughout the representation.
The attorneys at Mesch Clark Rothschild are recognized for their legal skills, professionalism, and commitment to the community. Each attorney uses his or her relationships, reputation, and knowledge to assist clients to make informed decisions and achieve the best possible result.
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