Patricia Glover of Maricopa has helped individuals and businesses navigate complex legal matters for more than 15 years.
Early in her career as a legal professional, Patricia recognized a need for low-cost legal services. As a licensed legal document preparer, she is authorized to prepare legal documents without the supervision of attorneys. This licensure gives Patricia the ability to empower individuals to take an active lead in their legal matters while reducing costs.
Patricia spends most of her free time surrounded by friends and family, participating in community events, and supporting small businesses. In 2020, she and her husband Christian founded C.P. Glover Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving natural families, assisting families through temporary crisis situations, and reuniting families who have been separated via adoption.
In 2021, Glover successfully helped pass a bill into law that will allow certain Arizona-born adoptees access to their original birth certificates.