Richard W. Clark
Richard W. Clark has been practicing law since 1972. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wyoming in 1965, and graduated from the University of Arizona College of Law in 1972.
Mr. Clark has over 40 years of legal experience. His wealth of knowledge extends to Arizona no-fault divorce codes and how they may affect your own situation. He can discuss custody, child support and spousal maintenance guidelines so that you are aware of possible outcomes to your case.
Mr. Clark’s extensive legal experience includes complex business, real estate transactions and community property laws. He often relies on this in-depth experience when handling high-net-worth divorce cases. He understands how to evaluate financial records and estimate the value of business entities and other holdings in order to help you preserve assets.
In today’s fluctuating economic environment, it is important to have a skilled divorce attorney on your side. Attorney Clark can help determine appropriate division of property, including homes with upside down mortgages. Attorney Clark has built a solid reputation for his reasonable, effective negotiations to help ensure you receive satisfactory results.
Attorney Clark served as an Army Airborne Ranger in Vietnam. While in country, as a rifle platoon leader, he was awarded two Purple Hearts and two Bronze Stars for valor. His military service provides him with unique insights concerning divorce for military personnel and veterans. He has represented Iraq veterans with complex medical and financial issues and is asked to represent military members from across the country
Mr. Clark has also served in numerous civic capacities throughout Maricopa County. His involvement has included membership on the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, YMCA, Boys & Girls Club, Fiesta Bowl, and Scottsdale School Board serving as President for two terms. Mr. Clark was also named Outstanding Young Man by the Arizona Jaycees in the early 1980’s.
Additionally, Mr. Clark has taught many legal courses, including family law, to paralegals and undergraduates at the university level during the past 15 years.