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Please contact our office on how to waive the associate attorney initial consult $200 fee by donating $50 to Arizona Lions Club Foundation to assist children with modest means to get eye exams or we are offering a free ½ hr. telephone initial consults with an associate attorney.


How to Build a Successful Law Firm? It Starts with People

Asha Vora coordinator at DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC in ArizonaAt DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC, not only do we invest in our own legal knowledge and education – which allows us to provide better service to our clients – but we invest in each other in terms of mentoring and support.

We’re proud of the fact that we hire smart, ambitious people, who are truly dedicated to the field of law and to client service. Two of our employees have gone on to attend law school. Most recently, it was our extremely competent litigation coordinator Asha Vora, who just finished her first semester as a “1L.”

I learned so much from you…

Asha had this to say about the high marks she received on one of her rigorous exams:

“You hired me knowing I was applying to law school and you still took the opportunity to work with and educate me. I learned so much from you about law and life and I carry those lessons with me always. This A-, which turned into my first law school “A” grade, would not have been possible without you. I love you, boss, and am so lucky you hired me!”

So, if you asked what it takes to build a successful law firm, we’d have to say that it starts and ends with people – those like Asha Vora, who push themselves to achieve, and in doing so, improve the lives of the clients they serve.

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Awards & Accolades

DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC and founding attorney DeShon Laraye Pullen received many prestigious honors, including: Small Firm of the Year, Best Law Firms in Arizona, Family Law Litigator of the Year, selection to Arizona Super Lawyers and a Superb, 10.0 Avvo rating.