Law Offices of Heather C. Wellborn, P.C.: Expanding law office sees growth in Kingman
KINGMAN – The Law Offices of Heather C. Wellborn, P.C. is expanding into the Kingman area with the recent acquisition of Lacy Law, PLLC. The Law Offices of Heather C. Wellborn has been in business for the last 18 years, with Ms. Wellborn actively practicing law in both Arizona and California.
“With a thriving practice in Lake Havasu City, this acquisition in Kingman is a perfect accompaniment,” said Wellborn. “We offer a variety of legal services including family law, criminal law, preparation of Wills and Trusts, Contested Estates, personal injury, and alternative dispute resolution services.”
Wellborn, along with her personable and competent staff and four remarkable attorneys licensed in multiple jurisdictions including Arizona, California, Maine and Missouri, provide quality legal services in a just, efficient and ethical manner, with attention to detail. The Firm also handles guardianship, conservatorship, misdemeanors and felony offenses, DUI an OUI, juvenile offenses, bankruptcy, divorce, legal decision-making, child support, modifications, dependency, adoption, probate, and arbitration.
“Our combined years of experience and dedication to the practice of law set the Firm apart. We stand ready to assist with a wide variety of legal matters,” said Wellborn. “We handle everything from prenuptial agreements to powers of attorney and advanced directives to animal bites and mediation services.”
Wellborn is originally from Long Beach, Calif., where she earned her J.D. Degree from Western State University College of Law and her Bachelor of Arts Degree from California State University Long Beach, where she achieved high academic honors and was awarded The McNair Scholarship. She is also a Certified Mediator.
Wellborn relocated to Lake Havasu City in 2005. In 2020 and 2021, Wellborn received the National Academy of Family Law Attorneys Top Ten award. In 2014 Wellborn was presented with the prestigious Mark J. Santana Law-Related Education Award.
Wellborn was the Town of Parker Prosecutor for more than six years, and is a Special Prosecutor for the Colorado River Indian Tribes in addition to her private practice.
In her spare time, Wellborn serves on the Mohave County Bar Association and the CASA Council of Mohave County. She has also coached the Lake Havasu High School’s Mock Trial Team in past years.
Wellborn manages a competent staff that includes Carlene Lacy, Esq., Of Counsel; Russell Woemmel, Esq.; Sophia L. Bennett, Esq.; Ttarina Weddle, Legal Assistant; Angela M. Best, Paralegal; Kelsee L. Andrews, Paralegal; Jennifer A. Ward, Paralegal.
A ribbon cutting hosted by the Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce and open to the public will be held Friday, Feb. 3 at 2:30 p.m. The office is located at 2116 Stockton Hill Rd., Ste. G, 928-718-2211. Wellborn’s Lake Havasu City office is located at 500 N. Lake Havasu Ave., Ste. B-100, 928-854-5700. Follow the law office on Facebook or go to www.wellbornlawoffices.com.