John H. Barron, III is a member of Barron & Associates, P.C., Of Counsel to DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, PC in the Phoenix office. John received his B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Arizona, and is admitted to the State Bar of Arizona (May, 1990) and the United States District Court for the District of Arizona, as well as the State Bar of Georgia. John has served as co-chair and secretary for the Mental Health, Elder Law and Special Needs Section of the State Bar of Arizona, and now sits on the section board, and on the Mental Health Legislation sub-committee. He is an associate editor of the both the 4th and 5th edition (released June 2014) of the Arizona Probate Code Practice Manual.
John Barron was a special deputy Pima County attorney handling mental health litigation for Pima, Pinal, Yuma, and La Paz counties. Mr. Barron subsequently served as a deputy Maricopa County attorney representing the Maricopa County Medical Center Psychiatric Annex with respect to civil commitments and, later, representing the Maricopa County Public Fiduciary in the administration and litigation of estate, guardianship, conservatorship and mental health matters.
Subsequent to his return to private practice in 1997, Mr. Barron has established himself as a litigator of matters relating to estates, trusts, guardianships, conservatorships, exploitation and/or abuse of vulnerable or incapacitated adults, and eligibility of continued services for persons entitled to mental health and developmental disability related assistance. With his friend and colleague Jay M. Polk, Mr. Barron formed Barron & Polk, PLLC in 2001, a firm committed to excellence in probate related matters. In 2006, the firm became of counsel to DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, PC. In 2011, Mr. Polk was appointed to the bench of the Superior Court of Arizona, Maricopa County, and thus the firm became Barron & Associates, PC.In addition to the specific practice of law, Mr. Barron has also been a presenter and keynote speaker at seminars related to probate and mental health law, in-service training programs related to probate, guardianship, and mental health law for medical personnel, and was the instructor for the Arizona Supreme Court Fiduciary Training Program, Decision Marking module. Mr. Barron on several occasions has served on State Bar legislative committees and actively participates in the drafting of many guardianship, conservatorship, surrogacy, and mental health statutes.
5.0/5.0 Rated on 07/11/18 in Elder Law.
John provided outstanding counsel over a complex guardianship case regarding my father. He came highly recommended from a state judge who regularly presides over similar family legal cases. His years of experience shines through: knowledgeable, strat... Read more
John provided outstanding counsel over a complex guardianship case regarding my father. He came highly recommended from a state judge who regularly presides over similar family legal cases. His years of experience shines through: knowledgeable, strategic and driven towards successful outcomes- with ethics. John and (fellow attorney) Megan Trog gave my father a new life; he can’t remember when he was this happy. At 89, my father now looks forward to 100! Thank you for the peace of mind, John. Read lessRead less
5.0/5.0 Rated on 02/04/18 in Guardianship and Conservatorship.
Mr. Barron was co-counsel with Megan Trog in my successful case to gain guardianship of my father over my mother and brother. It was a complicated, arduous, and prolong case. John's expertise and knowledge was instrumental in winning my case. I can... Read more
Mr. Barron was co-counsel with Megan Trog in my successful case to gain guardianship of my father over my mother and brother. It was a complicated, arduous, and prolong case. John's expertise and knowledge was instrumental in winning my case. I can not give enough praises for John and Megan; they are exceptional and excellent lawyers. Read lessRead less
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