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Attorney Caleb Lihn Recognized as AZ Business Leader in Elder Law

At Taylor & Lihn, PLLC, we’ve made it our mission to provide outstanding client service and compassionate, dedicated counsel to those who need it most. This year, we’re pleased to announce that our founding elder law attorney Caleb Lihn is recognized as an AZ Business Leader for 2019, due to his tireless work on behalf of his clients.

Each year, the editors at AZ Big Media profile a diverse range of business owners and innovators who are shaping the future of Arizona for the better. With assistance from a panel of industry experts, AZ Big Media then publishes the finalists in that year’s edition of AZ Business Leaders Magazine.

Only a handful of lawyers are selected as AZ Business Leaders, recognizing Caleb Lihn one of five attorneys in the state who can truly be considered a leading voice in Elder Law. We would like to thank Caleb Lihn for his continued commitment to our clients’ success and for his many contributions to the Phoenix legal community at large.

About Attorney Caleb Lihn

Caleb Lihn takes an active role in several committees and professional memberships within the field of elder law. Currently serving as the chair of the Executive Committee of the Elder Law, Mental Health, and Special Needs Section for the State Bar of Arizona, he also sits on the Special Needs Planning and Guardianship Steering Committees for the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.

AV-rated by his peers and a member of Arizona’s Finest Lawyers, Caleb Lihn has been honored many times over for exemplifying the highest standard of legal skill and ethics. Aside from elder law, Attorney Lihn also handles matters in the areas of estate planning, asset protection, probate and trust administration, probate litigation, and special needs planning.

Ready to speak with our award-winning Phoenix elder law firm? Call today at (602) 900-9860 for a complimentary case evaluation!

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