(May 24, 2018….Phoenix, AZ) The law firm of Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A. today announced that shareholder Andrew “Andy” Abraham has been named in the 2018 ‘Top 50 Attorneys in Arizona” by Southwest Super Lawyers .Abraham was also selected for this honor in 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Abraham joined the Firm in 1983 and today serves as president. He is certified as a Real Estate Specialist by the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization. His practice focuses primarily in the areas of commercial litigation, real estate-related litigation and real estate finance and transaction also has substantial experience in the area of franchisor/franchisee relations. Abraham was selected 2014 Phoenix metro ”Lawyer of the Year” by Best Lawyers in America for Real Estate Law and Real Estate Transactions and has been honored in every edition of Southwest Super Lawyers since 2007. He is included among Arizona’s Finest Lawyers and is an AV® Preeminent 5.0 out of 5 peer review rated attorney in Martindale-Hubbell.
Abraham received his J.D. from Arizona State University College of Law in 1982.
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About Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A.
Now with 40 attorneys in its Phoenix office, Burch & Cracchiolo is one of the Southwest's premier law firms. The firm was founded 48 years ago by Haze Burch and Dan Cracchiolo and today the firm’s lawyers are among the most highly regarded and recognized leaders in the areas of business and corporate law, construction, estate and wealth preservation planning, family law, finance, labor and employment, litigation, personal injury and insurance defense, real estate and tax controversy litigation.