After almost 23 years in the same location, I just vacated my offices on Stone Avenue. It was not really my choice. The owners of the building decided to renovate it as part of a large development in that area. According to the rumors I hear, the building will one day house a pizza restaurant. I can't picture that, but I assume the owners know what they are doing.
I'm Still Here
Please be assured that I am not going out of business. I am still here, committed to serving the people of Tucson and Southern Arizona. I am going to work out of my home while I plan for a new location. You can still call, email, or text. None of that information has changed. We can still get together, but this will take a little more planning. I am told I can use rooms at the library or the State Bar offices downtown.
A Moving Day, Indeed
In writing this, it occurs to me that the title of this blog has a double meaning. Yes, I physically relocated. But, it was also a moving day in the sense of being emotional. I clearly recall my first day in that building. I had just started my private practice and I had no idea if I would fail. But, I did not fail. Rather, I was able to assist literally thousands of people needed help with Social Security disability.
Change of this nature is unsettling. Routine means a lot for all of us. But, I remain dedicated to helping make people's lives better. If I can help you, let me know.