About Us

At Banker Law Office, we are proud to offer our clients focused, compassionate, experienced and trusted representation. Our attorney, Yvette N. Banker, has the skills to assist you with making an effective estate plan that accomplishes your goals. She can also help you navigate the probate and estate administration process. Her experience and compassion are crucial when dealing with the serious, complicated and emotional issues of death and incapacity.

Contact the Banker Law Office for your estate planning, probate, estate administration, or elder law needs. We offer cost-effective, reliable and experienced service to clients throughout the Phoenix metro. Whether you have a young family and are planning for your future, or you are concerned about protecting one of your elders, we can help.

Yvette N. Banker

Yvette N. Banker


Ms. Banker graduated from the University of Denver College of Law in Colorado. She has been practicing and focusing in Elder law since 2002 and is a certified probate mediator. In Denver she practiced law for two years in estate planning and elder law prior to moving to Arizona. Ms. Banker was the 2010 President of the Arizona chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. She is a member of the probate and trust section of the State Bar of Arizona, and Maricopa County Bar Association.  Ms. Banker was recently appointed Judge Pro Tem in the Maricopa County Superior Court.

Amanda Pyper Ruiz

Amanda Pyper Ruiz

Associate Attorney

Amanda is a Midwesterner, born and raised in Black Earth, Wisconsin. She attended UW-Madison where she provided therapy for children with autism and conducted research on autism and language development. Following graduation, Amanda earned a Fulbright Scholarship to research autism in Oulu, Finland.

Amanda moved to Arizona to attend Arizona State University for law school, graduating cum laude and with the Dean’s Award in 2010. She began her legal career as a litigation associate with Bowman and Brooke. She then transitioned to the public sector at the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, working to get Arizona children financial and medical support. Amanda also volunteered with the Senior Adult Legal Assistance organization in California, where she is also licensed to practice law.

Amanda’s litigation skills and passion for helping for elder adults, children with special needs, and other vulnerable populations makes her a zealous advocate for her clients. Amanda is also a certified mediator and a member of the Probate and Trust Section of the State Bar of Arizona.

In her free time, she enjoys hosting her book club, traveling, and spending time with her husband and two young boys.