History

Windrose Law Center is a boutique law firm committed to helping families and businesses. We provide exceptional services at a reasonable fee.  Rather than being the "jack of all trades" and providing legal services in a great variety of practice areas, Windrose Law Center is exclusively committed to asset protection, legacy planning, estate planning, and business planning. 

Kristin Moye has focused on risk management and succession planning issues since 2011. After running her own estate planning and business law firm for several years, founding attorney Kristin Moye began exclusively advising attorneys on the best ways to minimize their risk and create successful businesses. She never lost sight of her passion for estate planning and asset protection as she coached business owners on the best way to develop their succession plan. Friends still continued to approach her to help them answer the question, "What would happen to my family if I did not make it home tonight?" Ms. Moye realized that for too many people, the answer to this question for too many people is that a court would get involved. Probate might ensue. A judge could decide. Kristin expanded her scope of practice to not only help small businesses but to also help individuals and families plan their legacy and protect their assets.

 

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Managing Attorney

 

Founder and managing attorney

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From working at prestigious organizations like the Arizona Supreme Court, Snell & Wilmer, and Ryley, Carlock & Applewhite, to opening her own practice in 2011 to being a proud mom, Arizona native Kristin Moye has advised individuals, families, and small businesses for the last seven years.  A published legal scholar and frequent public speaker, staying ahead of the law’s changes and communicating those changes effectively is Kristin’s sixth sense.

Kristin has worked at the State Bar of Arizona as an attorney and practice management advisor advising lawyers on law practice management, starting and running a law firm as a business, risk management, marketing, client relations and communication, technology and more.  Prior to joining the State Bar, Ms. Moyé was a partner at Becker Zarling & Moyé Law where she focused her practice on estate planning and business law.  In addition to her work as a practicing attorney, Ms. Moyé is passionate about teaching and has extensive experience in legal education. She worked at the Arizona Supreme Court developing training for judges, judicial officers, and court staff.  She also served as a curriculum developer, subject matter expert, and professor in paralegal programs as well as at Arizona Summit Law School.

Following law school, Ms. Moyé earned her LL.M. from Pepperdine where she wrote her thesis on best practices in legal education and mediated numerous conflicts at the Los Angeles Superior Court and Phoenix Division of the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  Ms. Moyé earned her J.D. from the Phoenix School of Law as a member of the first full-time class. In law school she was an Editor on Law Review and now has two published articles in the areas of employment law and estate planning.  Additionally, she worked at Ryley, Carlock, Applewhite, the Scottsdale City Attorney’s Office, and Snell and Wilmer. As a mom and business owner, helping others protect their family and financial interests is her passion. 

 

Education

PEPPERDINE LAW SCHOOL

LL.M., 2010

PHOENIX SCHOOL OF LAW

J.D., LAW, 2008

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA

B.A., HISTORY, 2003

Activities & Affiliations

  • Junior League of Phoenix

  • American Bar Association

Publications

Volunteer Work

  • Project Salute writing wills, powers of attorneys, and living wills at veterans events

  • Providing support to and assistance to veterans facing issues in the workplace as a volunteer ombudsman

Bar Admissions

  • Arizona state courts

  • United States 9th Circuit

  • United States Bankruptcy Court