Attorney Cory Keith is dedicated to providing competent and assertive legal representation to each of his clients. Mr. Keith prides himself on representing others the way he would wish to be represented. Before finding his passion for assisting families through their times of need in family law, Mr. Keith originally began his career practicing criminal and immigration law before finding his passion for assisting families. He is committed to helping others in their times of need and completely understands that normal people often find themselves in situations where they need legal representation. Mr. Keith’s goal is usually to assist the parties to agree in a low-dispute manner; however, parties or their attorneys can sometimes be unreasonable, and he is always prepared when litigation becomes necessary.
Mr. Keith has experience handling family law cases including, but not limited to, divorces, disputes regarding children, petitions to establish rights or to modify an existing order, premarital or postmarital agreements, amongst others. He has also handled complicated legal issues that require the use of custody evaluations, business valuations, medical examinations, and other professionals to resolve these complex cases.
Mr. Keith attended Arizona State University on a full-ride academic scholarship, where he obtained his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology. After excelling in his studies, Mr. Keith was offered a full-ride academic scholarship to attend law school. He joined and led several organizations throughout law school, including becoming the Executive Technical Editor of Law Review. During this time, he also served as a legal clerk with The Law Office of Joseph Ramiro-Shanahan, where he obtained family and juvenile law experience.
Mr. Keith was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. At the age of six, he set his goal to become an attorney–he achieved this goal at twenty-three. Mr. Keith is a hard-working, professional attorney who strives to fight for his clients throughout every step of legal proceedings.