Gary E. Robbins, P.C. 
Sunwest Bank Building, Suite 405
121 East Birch Avenue
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001-4610
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Effective Child Custody, Divorce and Family Law Attorney since 1982

Offering a free 30 minute initial consultation


Flagstaff Custody, Divorce and Family Law Attorney Gary E. Robbins has been an attorney for over 40 years, has handled child custody cases for over 35 years, and has been a resident of Coconino County for over 24 years.  He is member of the State Bar of Arizona which allows him to practice law before all state courts in Arizona.  Since 1982, he has represented hundreds and hundreds of parents and children in custody, divorce and family law matters.  He also worked for two years as a Staff Attorney for the Arizona Court of Appeals in 1979 to 1981 before he went to work in private practice.  

Gary E. Robbins, P.C. offers a free half-hour consultation in a Custody, Divorce or Family Law area, upon request, within 24 hours of a potential client calling him, and sometimes in a couple of hours on the same day that you call.  We know that when you are hurting, it is important that you see a legal professional as soon as possible.  


Sometimes Mr. Robbins is able to solve problems within the free half hour consultation.  If not, then you will know what are your best options to move forward.  Mr. Robbins' commitment is that you leave his office in better shape than you were when you came to see him, regardless of if you hire him.  


Regardless of if you hire him, Mr. Robbins will also give you a copy of the book "How to Survive the Loss of a Love."  This book helped him tremendously when he went through a devastating divorce in his 40's, and a dozen years later when his girlfriend died of cancer.  (Mr. Robbins has given away about 500 copies of this book.)  


Mr. Robbins also has other books that have been helpful to his clients, such as "It's Not Your Fault, Koko Bear" to read to children, "The Divorce Manual, A Client Handbook" from the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, "Making Sense of Men" by Alison Armstrong, and "Love Must Be Tough" for clients who hope to reconcile.  Mr. Robbins would also be able to make referrals for both individual and couple counseling.


Mr. Robbins limits his practice to Custody, Divorce and Family Law cases such as divorce, paternity, orders of protection, relocation issues, guardianship, severance of parental rights, dependency, and grandparent visitation cases.  Mr. Robbins also limits his cases to Coconino County, Arizona.  He has practiced in Coconino County since 1992 and is well aware of the preferences of the family law judges who he has appeared before hundreds of times.  (Mr. Robbins' office is across the street from the Coconino County Courthouse.)