Attorney Bio

Timothy D. Ducar

Timothy D. Ducar

Timothy D. Ducar practices in commercial litigation, with emphasis on construction related issues and real estate litigation.  The construction law issues that include, but are not limited to, mechanic’s liens, payment bonds, state and federal construction projects, hearings before the Arizona Office of Administrative Hearings related to issues involving the Arizona Registrar of Contractors, workmanship issues, design/plan and specification defects, stop notice issues and bid protests.

Mr. Ducar is licensed to practice law and actively practices throughout Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah, Idaho and Hawaii, at the trial and appellate levels, in federal and state courts.

Mr. Ducar serves as a Judge Pro Tem for the City of Gilbert, AZ.  He is a member of the State Bar of Arizona Fee Arbitration Committee.  He is a member of State Bar of Arizona Construction Law Section, Business Law Section and Trial Practice Sections.  He also is on the Board of Directors for the Arizona Roofing Industry Foundation, a charitable organization that awards college scholarships to children of persons working in the roofing industry.  He is on the Board of Directors of Dance Motion, a charitable organization that helps train dancers, ages 7 – 19, and brings high quality arts and education to the community.  He is also a member of Arizona Association for Justice.

Mr. Ducar is a featured speaker to business organizations on topics such as increasing collections of accounts receivables and, as part of a business, limiting any potential liability you may have when discharging your duties. Mr. Ducar graduated from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, California in 1992.  He has been practicing law consistently since that time.

Mr. Ducar has authored and created the following DVD which can be provided to potential clients upon request:

  • “Getting Paid on Construction Projects: A Guide to Utilizing Arizona’s Mechanic’s Lien, Payment Bond, Stop Notice and Private Prompt Payment Remedies”, January, 2006 (video and handout)