Eliza Daley ReadMember
Eliza Daley Read, was admitted to practice law in Arizona in 1997, and is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court, District of Arizona. She earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree from John Carroll University in 1990, and spent several years working in municipal government before earning her law degree in 1997 from Case Western Reserve University, where she was a Colbert Scholar. Eliza moved to Arizona after finishing law school in order to establish the Tribal Environmental Resource Center at the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals, Northern Arizona University. She managed this program until 2000, when she joined Mangum, Wall, Stoops & Warden as an associate, focusing on estate and elder law, tax law, school law, and tribal law. Eliza returned to Mangum, Wall, Stoops & Warden as of-counsel after managing her own practice from 2004-2013. She then became a partner/member at Mangum, Wall, Stoops & Warden in 2015. Eliza works regularly with families, individuals, businesses, governmental agencies and tax exempt organizations. Her practice focuses on elder law; estate planning; probate and trust administration; business succession planning; probate and trust litigation; guardianship and conservatorship; special needs, aging and disability issues; mediation and alternative dispute resolution; and tribal law. Eliza was the Chair of the Mental Health and Elder Law Section of the State Bar of Arizona in 2006-2007, and is also a licensed fiduciary.