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Jeffrey M. Neff


Jeffrey M. Neff



Location: Tucson, Arizona

Phone: 520-623-4353

Email: Email Me

Jeffrey M. Neff is a real estate attorney in Tucson that has also been certified as a Real Estate Specialist since 1986 by the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization. Certification requires that applicants show "a high degree of professionalism" and a "high degree of competence in the practice of real estate law." He graduated with distinction from the University of Arizona in with a degree in Anthropology & Economics, and received his Juris Doctor from the University of Arizona College of Law. He is admitted to the Arizona and Federal Bar.

For over thirty years, as a Tucson real estate lawyer, Jeff's practice has emphasized all aspects of real estate law, including Tucson real estate litigation and transactions. He also has experienced practicing as an attorney in estate planning, wills, probate and trusts, along with business consulting, including bankruptcy, workouts, and entity formation. He has authored several articles on real estate and other issues and has taught seminars for the legal and real estate community in Tucson.

Areas of Practice

  • Real Estate Law

Certified Legal Specialties

  • Real Estate Specialist
    Arizona Board of Legal Specialization, 1986

Bar Admissions

  • Arizona
  • U.S. District Court District of Arizona
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit


    • Juris Doctorate 
    • Honors: With Distinction
    • Major: Anthropology
    • Major: Economics

Published Works

  • Editorial, “Debating the Merits of Downzoning”;Tucson Citizen, December 21, 2006
  •  Jeffrey M. Neff, New Law on Lien Priorities: La Cholla v. Timm, 4 Arizona Real Property Journal, 1994
  • Contributing Editor, Mortgage Broker's Bulletin, Arizona Association of Mortgage Brokers, 1988
  • Jeffrey M. Neff & Byron A. Johnson, Legal Considerations for the Museum Professional, , WRCAAM Newsletter (Western Regional Conference of the American Association of Museums Mar. 1977)
  • Contributing co-author with Baxter Dunaway, , The Law of Distressed Real Property (Clark-Boardman, New York, NY 1983)
  • Case Note, Privilege for Internal Safety Reports, 18 Arizona Law review 617, 1977
  • “Valuation of Options: Legal and Appraisal Considerations”; , with Alfred M. Benson accepted for publication in the October 1999 issue of The Appraisal Journal published by the Appraisal Institute, Chicago, Illinois

Classes / Seminars

  • Teacher, Pima County Bar Seminars
  • Teacher, Lorman Professional Seminars
  • Teacher, Institute for Real Estate Management Seminars
  • Teacher, Arizona Association of Mortgage Broker Seminars
  • Teacher, Arizona Escrow Association Seminars

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • University of Arizona Anthropology Advisory Board 75th Anniversary Celebration, Community Activities: Chairman, 1991
  • "You and the Law" on KTUC Radio, (Program sponsored by the Pima County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service), Host, 1980 - 1988
  • Arizona Bar, Member
  • Pima County Bar Association, Member

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Tanque Verde Unified School District Governing Board, Member, Clerk, 2009
  • Tanque Verde Educational Alliance, Inc., Chairman
  • Arizona Conservation Easement Stewards, Inc., Founder & Director
  • Affiliate Member CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member), Chairman

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Please call 520-623-4353 or complete an online form to schedule your first meeting. Located in Tucson, we serve clients throughout the surrounding Arizona communities.

Neff & Boyer, P.C., is based in Tucson, Arizona. Our attorneys handle cases across Arizona including Ajo, Willcox, Marana, Benson, Sierra Vista, Nogales and other surrounding areas, including Pima County, Cochise County, Pinal County, Santa Cruz County and beyond.

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