Greg Hynes has been practicing law in Tucson, AZ since 2012. In 2022, he joined with McNorton Fox, PLLC as an associate attorney.
Between 2013 and 2022, Greg was an Assistant Attorney General for the State, gaining invaluable litigation experience in juvenile court, as well as addressing paternity, establishment, modification, and enforcement of child support. Prior to his time at the Attorney General’s Office, he was employed as a law clerk with the Pima County Superior Court, Juvenile Division.
Greg is an experienced trial attorney, having appeared in court on a frequent and regular basis on behalf of the State for nearly ten years. He has significant experience in cases involving family conflict, trauma, termination of parental rights, as well as financial issues related to children.
Greg has received multiple internal awards from the Attorney General’s Office for his work. He represents clients in all aspects of family law proceedings, including disputes on legal decision-making authority and parenting time, divorce, paternity, child support issues, relocations, third party rights, the preparation and negotiations of premarital agreements, and post-decree matters. He is enthusiastic in addressing complex issues, especially financial matters.
Greg has participated in and presented on behalf of the Attorney General’s Office at the Pima County Court Night for several years, which is a free legal resource for members of the public.
Outside of the office, Greg spends much of his time with his family, enjoying his cars, and watching Gonzaga basketball.
- Court night; presented on behalf of Attorney General’s Office
- Gonzaga University, BA in History and Political Science, 2007
- McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, J.D., 2011
- Pima County Bar Association