Our Involvement in the Community

Supporting the local Anthem community is a key focus of The Carroll Law Firm, and our staff chooses to give back through participation in various Anthem organizations and activities.  Our staff, attorneys, and families are involved throughout the community.

The firm participates as a member of the Anthem Chamber of Commerce, the Preferred Businesses of Anthem (PBA) and the Anthem Rotary. Our members also participate in the Anthem Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, different Anthem sports programs, and various churches in the area. You may find us at the Community Center or Country Club gym, or the Anthem Park Community Playground or Liberty Bell Splash Pad with our kids and grand-kids! One of our attorneys even fostered a found dog until Anthem Pets was able to locate her family. In addition to the involvement of our individual staff members, the Carroll Law Firm annually runs a booth at Anthem Days, which is one of our staff’s favorite events to participate in and attend.

Additionally, last year the firm was a primary sponsor of Anthem Days and the Chamber of Commerce and Anthem Community Council’s Business Person of the Year dinner event. This year The Carroll Law Firm also sponsored Anthem’s annual 3rd of July Fireworks display. We enjoy running different charity events during the holidays including a food drive, and often donate our time by donating estate planning documents to local fundraising events.

We are proud to serve this community in various ways, and hope to see you around town at one of these organizations or events soon!


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