NRKG Profiles : Carol A. Solderquist

A. Soderquist, Esq. leads NRKG’s department
focusing on matters concerning mental health & elder
law, child, and guardianship/conservator related issues.
Ms. Soderquist brings years of legal experience,
exclusively in family law, to her position where she is
responsible specifically for family, probate, mental
health and elder law matters.

Soderquist recently became Chairman of the State Bar of
Arizona’s Mental Health & Elder Law Executive
Council. In her new leadership role in the State Bar,
she will coordinate continuing legal education seminars
and address legislation matters related to mental health
and elder law issues.

Prior to
joining NRKG, Ms. Soderquist practiced with a
multi-state family law firm, as well as in private
practice. Her interest in children’s welfare developed
early when she taught elementary school students in the
Gilbert Union School District, as well as on the Gila
River Indian Reservation.

For 13
years Ms. Soderquist conducted background screenings on
potential foster parents for a social service agency to
ensure Arizona children were placed in safe homes. Ms.
Soderquist herself was a foster parent and in 1990 was
recognized as an Exceptional Foster Parent in
Arizona.  She is actively involved with the Social
Action Committee at her church, where she’s developing
a volunteer program to benefit Habitat for Humanity.

Soderquist earned her law degree from Arizona State
University’s College of Law. She received a bachelor’s
degree in special education with a minor in elementary
education from ASU.  She is a member of the State
Bar of Arizona and the National Association of Elder Law

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