Domingo DeGrazia was admitted to the Arizona Bar in 2005. He is admitted to practice in Federal court and the Tohono O’odham Nation tribal court. His practice focuses on representing parents in appeals from termination of parental rights cases and trial in cases involving the Department of Child Safety / Child Protective Services. While in law school at Oklahoma City University his focus was appellate advocacy and Native American rights.
Admitted to practice law in Arizona
Admitted to practice in Federal Court
Admitted to practice in Tohono O’Odham Nation tribal court
“We highly recommend Domingo DeGrazia if you ever find yourself involved with a DCS matter. Domingo represented our family when DCS wrongfully removed our two youngest children from our home.
Domingo was very professional, well prepared, and understands how DCS and the family courts operate. At the initial dependency hearing, Domingo was able to get our children returned to us immediately, which I have heard is a rare occurrence. Domingo strongly continues to fight DCS and their unjust practices and highly recommend him to anyone unfortunate enough to be involved with DCS.
Thank you, Domingo DeGrazia, for everything you did!”
~GRETCHEN AND KARL D., AND FAMILY
“I have had the honor to work with Mr. DeGrazia on many court cases and I can unequivocally say that he is one of the most diligent, knowledgeable, and forthright attorneys I have ever met. He tirelessly works to protect his clients and has the kind of leadership skills necessary to represent the citizens of Arizona.”
~Julia Palfreyman, Partner at Randle Palfreyman & Meshel, PLLC
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