DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, P.C. recently announced attorney Zelma Letarte as its newest shareholder. Letarte is a 2003 graduate of the University of Dayton School of Law and she joined the firm in August 2016. Her practice is primarily focused on family law matters including actions for dissolutions, legal separations, prenuptial agreements, relocation matters, and paternity actions. As a previous Arizona Family Support Council Attorney of the Year, Letarte’s commitment to excellence furthers the firm’s tradition of aggressive, insightful and proficient representation in each and every case.
On a new Thrive Arizona, Zach has a sweet talk with Adam Krantz of Monsoon Chocolate, a Tucson-based chocolatier bringing you delicious treats from the source. Adam talks about developing a love for chocolate and the joys and difficulties of making chocolate from bean to bar.
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