The Khalidi Law Firm is a family law and civil litigation firm based in downtown Tucson’s Barrio Viejo. Since 1994, we have built a solid reputation for our practical and honest approach to practicing law. As a small firm, we are selective and don’t take every case. Our clients are honest people seeking justice and fairness. We are committed to help. We proudly practice law with integrity and firmly believe that through our work we are helping make the world a better and safer place.
The Khalidi Law Firm, PLLC takes a team approach to practicing law. We care about our clients and take the time to get to know them and their individual cases. This means all staff members will be familiar with your case and can address your needs and concerns.
I can’t say enough good things about Thabet and his team. He was kind, caring, respectful of my time and very efficient. Divorce is a difficult process to go through but it was a great comfort to know that Thabet had my back.
Some lawyers will just tell you what you want to hear, give you unrealistic expectations, and be happy to take your money only to have nothing to show for it. Legal matters can be expensive, and emotionally trying, but Thabet doesn’t compound the problem. If anything, he might look for ways to save you a little money where he can.
I received useful and important advice from Thabet early in my divorce process. His advice continues to serve me well. I trust Thabet’s judgment and know that he has my best interests at heart. I also benefit from his many years of experience and familiarity with the legal community in Tucson. I recommend Thabet as a strong, fair, and reasonable advocate in legal situations, like divorce, that can be very difficult and stressful to navigate.
Thabet, Lisa, Victoria, Hannah, Lulu and Shannon are compassionate and dedicated to the people they represent. We never lost confidence in the team through all the positive and negative emotions associated with our circumstance. Thank you for the dignity you demonstrated to each and everyone one of us…