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Giancarlo Sapelli

Giancarlo focuses his practice primarily on domestic relations. He offers experience representing clients in all family law related matters. These include divorce, with or without children, and all issues that may arise in both types of cases.

Giancarlo effectively and compassionately advances his clients’ interests in matters involving legal decision-making, parenting time, child support, division of property and debts, spousal maintenance, and other issues. He also has experience in complex divorce matters including complex custody and property issues. Aside from divorce matters, Giancarlo’s practice also focuses on paternity issues and third-party rights issues, such as grandparents’ rights, step-parents’ rights, and other non-parental rights for children.

Giancarlo attended The S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah. In law school, Giancarlo was the assistant to the editor of the Utah Journal of Family Law. Giancarlo earned a Bachelor’s in Political Science, with a History minor from the University of Arizona. He also has a Master’s in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University, where he graduated with distinction. After an eight-year term of teaching junior high school, Giancarlo’s love for family and children inspired him to work in family law. That same passion continues to inspire him today.

Away from the office, Giancarlo enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, running, and making memories.

  • Areas of Practice

    Family Law


    Child Support

    Parenting Time

    Legal Decision-Making

    Spousal Maintenance

    Grandparent Rights

    Step-Parent Rights

    Paternity Issues

  • Professional Associations and Memberships

    Maricopa County Bar Association, Family Law Section

    State Bar of Arizona

  • Court Admissions

    Arizona, 2014

    U.S. District Court, District of Arizona, 2014

  • Education

    J.D., The S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, 2014

    M.Ed., Educational Leadership, Northern Arizona University, 2005

    B.A., Political Science, with a minor in History, University of Arizona, 2002