Fleming & Curti, PLC

UPDATED: July 22, 2021

Our practice is limited to Elder Law. We concentrate on estate planning, trust administration, probate, conservatorship and guardianship, and long-term care (Medicaid) planning. Much of our practice is devoted to special needs trust planning and administration.

We have been practicing in Tucson, Arizona, since 1984, when Tom Curti and Robert Fleming became partners. That was actually their second law partnership; they had been two of the principals in a larger firm as early as 1977, right after they graduated from law school together. Now Elizabeth Noble Rollings Friman and Jacquelyne J. Mingle are partners with Robert Fleming.

After more than a quarter century of practice in downtown Tucson, in 2020 we moved to its present offices at River Road and Campbell Avenue. Though everyone here misses the quaint office setting in a converted downtown house, the new space is much more open, easier to access and conducive to better client service.

What we practice is Elder Law — focusing on the type of client served as well as the legal issues addressed. Different lawyers specializing in Elder Law focus on specific issues such as Medicaid and Medicare, estate planning, health care directives and other issues related to older adults. Many of the issues associated with Elder Law also have special relevance to people with disabilities — whether they are children, young adults or seniors.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • Medicaid


745 E. River Rd., #101
Tucson, AZ 85718
United States





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