Robert Barrasso Tucson Family Law Attroney
 

Honors and Appointments:

Arizona Supreme Court Child Support Guideline Review Committee

Robert Barrasso served on this committee from 2008 to 2010. This was a statewide group of 12 judges, professors and attorneys appointed by the Arizona Supreme Court to review and revise our statewide Child Support Guidelines.
http://www.azcourts.gov/cscommittees/ChildSupportGuidelinesReviewCommittee.aspx

 

Child Support Committee of the Arizona State Legislature

Robert Barrasso was appointed by the Arizona Supreme Court to this committee and served on it from 2002-2009. This is a committee required by Arizona law. It is comprised of 21 members representing the Legislature, legal community, parents, judiciary and State Child Support Agency. Its purpose is to develop and coordinate polices and strategies to improve the child support system and it also works in the area of paternity cases.
http://www.azcourts.gov/cscommittees/ChildSupportCommittee.aspx

 

Executive Board of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Arizona

Robert Barrasso was appointed to this committee in 1995. This group of 20 attorneys and judges design classes for family law attorneys, review new proposed laws and help develop policy effecting family law attorneys and clients throughout the state of Arizona.
http://www.myazbar.org/SecComm/Sections/FA/

 

C.O.D.A.C.

Robert Barrasso was appointed to the Board of Directors of CODAC in 2002 and serves as Chairperson of that Board.. This is an acclaimed public mental health provider in Pima County and Attorney Barrasso is proud to be serving on this board.
www.codac.org

 

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Robert Barrasso is also past President and past Board Member (1994 to 2007) of the Arizona Association of Family and Conciliation Courts.

This is an group of attorneys, judges, mediators and mental health professionals that teach about the latest research on children, divorce and paternity cases. www.azafcc.org He has also served on the board of the National Association of Family and Conciliation Courts which is a national group with a similar task to that of the Arizona Group.
www.afccnet.org

 

Education:

J.D. decree from University of Arizona on December 21, 1984.

Masters of Art Degree from Loyola University of Chicago in Theology on May 13, 1981.

Bachelors of Art Degree from University of Arizona on September 1, 1979.

 

See Robert interviewed on Divorce TV:

Divorce TV - Child Support Guidelines with Atty Robert Barrasso

Divorce TV -- New Developments in Child Custody Law

 

Hear Robert Barrasso argue before the United States Supreme Court in the case of Roberson v. Arizona, a case he won:
http://www.oyez.org/cases/1980-1989/1987/1987_87_354/argument/

 

Read the Roberson v. Arizona Supreme Court Opinion:
http://supreme.justia.com/us/486/675/case.html