Joshua M. Bolen, Esq., practices in every aspect of
Community Association Law and Business and Employment Law. Bolen is responsible
for overseeing all litigation at Carpenter, Hazlewood, Delgado & Bolen,
PLC. Bolen has successfully tried numerous jury and bench trials in Arizona on
both the State and Federal level. Bolen has also practiced in the Arizona Court
of Appeals, The United States District Court of Arizona, and The United States
Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
Education and service to the legal industry are very important to Bolen. He has
served with Community Associations Institute as its 2013 Chapter President,
2012 President-Elect, 2014 Treasurer, 2015 Director at Large, and was the
co-chair of the Public Relations Committee for the Central Arizona Chapter.
Bolen served as the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Co-Chair, and is a current delegate, of
the CAI Legislative Action Committee that is responsible for lobbying on behalf
of, and against, community association legislation in Arizona. Josh teaches
Community Association Law at the National CAI Law Conference, and teaches
locally on all Community Association issues and Business and Employment Law
issues on behalf of the Firm, CAC-CAI and AACM.
Bolen and his wife, Stacy, enjoy spending time with their two kids, Catherine
and Crosby, four dogs (three pugs and a Labrador Retriever). Josh is a diehard
Arizona Cardinals fan. His family has been season ticket holders since 1988 and
they travel to at least one away game each season.
Click here to view his full bio on
the firm’s website.