On Wednesday, September 6, 2023, the Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Supreme Court of Arizona issued a Judgment of Disbarment against David L. Goldfarb due to his consent to discipline.

The case is entitled “In the Matter of David L. Goldfarb,” with case no. PDJ 2023-9068.

The disbarment follows Goldfarb’s consent and request for the judgment. Goldfarb acknowledged the charges against him and agreed to an interim suspension effective from July 21, 2023. He freely and voluntarily consented to disbarment, having been provided legal advice and representation throughout the process. The disbarment was based on two matters, State Bar File Nos. 23-0925 and 23-1140, which involved professional misconduct.

The disbarment order removes Goldfarb’s name from the roster of lawyers in Arizona. While he remains subject to the court’s jurisdiction, he no longer possesses the rights and privileges of a lawyer. Any future application for admission or reinstatement will be treated as an application by a member disbarred for professional misconduct.

Additionally, Goldfarb is obligated to pay the costs and expenses of the State Bar of Arizona, amounting to $1,221.45, within 30 days. The office of the Presiding Disciplinary Judge did not incur any costs or expenses related to these proceedings.

According to avvo.com, Mr. Goldfarb is a Divorce And Separation Attorney in Phoenix, Arizona. He attended the University of Miami School of Law, graduating in 1998. He acquired his law license in Arizona in 2005.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.