Greg Poulos |
Poulos Law firm
11120 N. Tatum Blvd
Phoenix, AZ 85028
Greg Poulos | Poulos Law firm
An Experienced Estate Planning & Business Attorney serving the Phoenix Area
Gregory Poulos counsels clients on the best strategies for accomplishing their estate planning and business goals. Greg starts by “Putting His Clients at Legal Ease” so that they understand the legal issues and risks they face. He does this so his client understand their circumstances and can make better informed choices to protect their assets and their loved ones.
With 30 years experience, Greg has counseled hundreds of clients, guiding them through their legal and business issues. Greg graduated from New York University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Philosophy. As an undergraduate, he entered an accelerated degree program and received his Master in Business Administration in accounting from New York University in 1979. Greg graduated from Brooklyn Law School with his JD. After serving as an Assistant District Attorney in the Brooklyn District Attorney’s office, he entered private practice where he has worked ever since. He is licensed to practice law in Arizona and New York. Greg loves to teach and holds positions as an Adjunct Professor at Keller Business School and Grand Canyon University. Outside of work Greg is an avid amateur triathlete competing in traditional and off-road events of various lengths. He has competed in 5 Ironman races.
All of Greg’s work, and particularly in estate planning, is individualized and custom crafted for each client and their family. At the same time, Greg is conscious of the economic times and tailors his work to fit the budget of his clients whenever possible.
Greg’s core mission is to develop long-term relationships with his clients so that there is a deep level of understanding, compassion and shared vision. He hopes to bring expanded awareness of the benefits of planning to as many people as possible, to find better ways to preserve and maximize their family wealth and harmony of future generations.