Phillips, Maceyko and Battock, PLLC
Jessica has practiced community association law for over 15 years. Her practice involves advising associations on a wide variety of general counsel issues, including board and membership meetings, association governance, transition from developer control, governing document interpretation, amendment of governing documents, property use and general real estate matters. Jessica also devotes a significant portion of her practice to association property valuation and property taxation matters. She has successfully worked with the County Assessor, County Treasurer and State Board of Equalization to obtain proper valuation and taxation of association property, resulting in substantial tax savings for many associations.
Jessica served as the managing editor of Community Resource, the publication of the Central Arizona Chapter of the Community Association Institute (CAI), for which she was awarded the “Rising Star” award from CAI in recognition of her contributions. She has written numerous articles on community association issues and frequently speaks to board members, managers, and industry groups on a variety of topics impacting community associations.
• J.D., Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law – cum laude, 2004
• B.B.A., St. Norbert College, Business Administration – summa cum laude, 2001
• Arizona State Bar