Luke Reynoso

Phone: (480) 306-6738
Fax: (480) 306-7706

Scottsdale attorney Luke Reynoso’s Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Administration practice focuses on helping families create and implement estate plans that provide harmony for all stages of life.  With his broad range of tax and estate experience, Luke provides clients with a better understanding of the process of estate planning and administration. He helps identify each client’s needs and goals in order to deliver easy to understand solutions and to maximize the benefits of estate planning.

Luke chose law as his career because he was inspired by his father, Dr. Joe Reynoso, who helped families in the Valley for nearly 40 years.  Watching his father provide families with a personal and caring touch is what led Luke into the Estate Planning practice of law. Estate Planning, much like being a family physician, focuses on the concept of helping many generations of a family, maintaining relationships and providing guidance.

Luke holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accountancy from Arizona State University and with that he worked for a CPA firm auditing small and large government entities.  Additionally, Luke earned two law degrees, a J.D. and an LL.M in Taxation. His tax law degree was vital to his early success and to this day he is grateful his professors encouraged him to get the additional law degree.

Luke is married to Heather and together they have three children (Stella, Hunter & Miles).  As a family, they love to travel, golf and hike when the Arizona weather permits.

Areas of Practice

  • Trusts
  • Estates
  • Probate administration
  • Trust administration
  • Small business formation

Education

  • UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO SCHOOL OF LAW, LL.M TAXATION – 2006
  • THURGOOD MARSHALL SCHOOL OF LAW, JD – 2005
    Dean’s list 2004; 2005
  • ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, BS in ACCOUNTANCY – 2001

Bar and Court Admissions

  • Arizona Bar – 2007
  • United States Tax Court – 2007

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