Tina L. Vannucci
Casa Grande Real Estate, Municipal Law and Business Attorney
Tina Vannucci was born and raised in Rawlins,
Wyoming, and earned her bachelors degree in finance at the University of
Wyoming, graduating magna cum laude.
She received her law degree from the University of
San Diego and was executive editor of the
USD International Law Journal and a judicial intern with the Superior
Tina and her two children live in Casa
Real Estate Law
Use, Planning and Zoning
Employment Law: Employers
Employment Law: Employees
• Municipal Law Assisted local cities
and towns in working through difficult employment matters involving the Family and Medical Leave Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, and compliance with requisite policies and procedures
toward creating and maintaining a professional workplace.
• Business Law
Helped a family-run business form an LLC to protect the owners' personal assets and to transfer day-to-day operations from the parents to their children.
The planning helped the parents have an enjoyable retirement while keeping the business
in the family.
• Real Estate Law Advised local
governments in land use matters, taking into account relevant zoning laws, subdivision regulations and other policies and procedures in order to allow land to develop in a way that is beneficial to the citizens and
to the land owner.
State Bar of Arizona
State Bar of California
Pinal County Bar Association
Tax Elections for Spouses Who Own a Single-Member LLC, April 2017
New Arizona Law Helps Avoid Employee Misclassification, October 2016
Business Entity Formation, June 2015
Formation of an Arizona Limited Liability Company (LLC), June 2015
Formation of an Arizona Corporation, June 2015
Formation of an Arizona Partnership, June 2015
J.D., University of San Diego, 2004
B.S., magna cum laude, Finance, University of Wyoming, 2001