Phillip B. Visnansky
Phillip Visnansky practices in the areas of
and general civil litigation.
His practice focuses on assisting families navigate complex cases involving
probate, guardianship, conservatorship, trust, and estate planning issues. While
Phillip often is able to bring families together to avoid costly litigation, he
has economically achieved client goals through numerous trials when settlement
is not an option.
In addition to assisting families in navigating the legal realities of death and
incapacity, Phillip also focuses on helping senior citizen-orientated businesses
navigate a complex regulatory environment. Broadly targeting licensure issues,
customer relations, and governmental compliance matters, Phillip brings a
practical perspective to the legal considerations that businesses face in
serving Arizona’s elderly community.
Philip earned his law degree at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona
State University. He was a member of the Arizona State Law Journal for two
years, ultimately serving as an Articles Editor overseeing the selection of
articles for publication. Phillip was named a Willard H. Pedrick Scholar during
multiple semesters for his outstanding academic achievement. Phillip also
received the John J. Ross Award for outstanding achievement in his Business
Association course work.
ArizonaProbate.net, a website designed to provide resources to Arizona
families navigating Arizona’s probate system for the first time. Focusing on
probate, guardianship, conservatorship, trust, and estate planning matters,
ArizonaProbate.net provides articles, guides, and other material for
families to familiarize themselves with the probate process.
He is also a member of the board of directors of the Professional Association of
Senior Referral Specialists, a trade organization designed to promote integrity
in the senior housing and placement industry.
Phillip is an Arizona native, born in Phoenix. He graduated summa cum laude
with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Northern Arizona University. He was named
Outstanding Senior of the Year for the College of Arts and Sciences, where he
was a member of numerous organizations. Currently, Phillip is pursuing a Masters
of Divinity at Grand Canyon University.
Phillip's outside interests include current events, military history,
technology, and spending time with his wife and family. He is a member of the
Arizona Historical Association and maintains a small website,
clementinesnest.com, exploring historical issues and promoting access to
Phillip is admitted to the practice of law
in Arizona and Pennsylvania.