Zachary H. Spanier
Zachary H. Spanier ia a licensed Attorney in Arizona. After graduating from Gonzaga University School of Law, Mr. Spanier joined the Wood Law Office in Show Low, Arizona, focusing on felony and misdemeanor criminal defense. In August 2005, Mr. Spanier took a position with the City of Tucson Prosecutor’s Office where he served as an Assistant City Attorney until 2009. Mr. Spanier then transitioned to private practice, taking a position as an associate with Davis Miles McGuire-Gardner, PLLC. In October, 2010, Mr. Spanier founded Harlow Spanier, PLLC in Tucson with his current partner, Brian C. Harlow. In June 2013, Harlow Spanier, PLLC expanded its practice by merging with The Heckele Law Firm, PLLC to form Harlow, Spanier & Heckele, PLLC, where he is currently a partner of the firm.
Mr. Spanier’s practice focuses on domestic relations and misdemeanor criminal defense, civil litigation, and landlord tenant law. His experience includes: dissolution of marriage and legal separation; prenuptial agreements; child support; spousal maintenance (alimony); paternity; third-party rights; temporary orders; post-decree modifications of legal decision-making; orders of protection and injunctions against harassment; alternative dispute resolution; contract disputes; homeowner’s associations (HOAs) and CC&R’s; Driving Under the Influence (DUI), domestic violence, criminal damage, disorderly conduct, theft, and assault defense; forcible detainer, and collections.
Mr. Spanier prides himself on being a thorough and ardent advocate for his clients, listening closely to their concerns and desires while working to keep them fully apprised of their legal options going forward throughout his representation.
Mr. Spanier is an active member of the Tucson community. He currently serves as a member of the board for Hands of a Friend, a victim’s advocate group based out of Green Valley and is a member of the Pima County Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral Group and QUILT program, as well as the Volunteer Lawyer’s Program, where he assists lower-income Tucson residents with legal matters. Mr. Spanier also devotes time as a mentor to first year (1L) law students at the University of Arizona. When he is not working on legal matters, Mr. Spanier devotes his time toward his family and is passionate about youth Soccer where he annually serves as a coach with the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO).