Sarah Randolph offers services in estate planning, probate and trust administration, and estate litigation matters. After graduating, cum laude, from Arizona State University with a degree in Justice Studies, Sarah began a seven-year career in the banking industry. During this time, Sarah continued her education and earned an MBA from University of Phoenix. Soon thereafter Sarah was accepted to the ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, where she graduated as a Willard H. Pederick Scholar. Additionally, Sarah was active in Moot Court and earned the CALI award in Professional Responsibility. She interned at the Attorney General’s Office and Maricopa County Attorney’s Office.
Sarah’s prior experience in banking provides her with a unique perspective and skill set. She has worked in retail banking, fraud, non-fraud claims, banking operations, and procedure writing. Her experience in the banking industry translates to a simpler, more streamlined process for clients when updating accounts, funding trusts, and garnering assets in probate and trust administrations. Sarah believes in a client-centric approach to Estate Planning and strives to make the attorney/client relationship a personal and enjoyable experience.
As a wife and mother to three beautiful young children, Sarah spends her free time camping, reading, and spending quality time with her family.