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Phoenix Family Law | National Cases With Local Effects

October 21, 2016

Landmark family law cases have a nationwide impact, affecting marriages, family dynamics and more. The following three cases all reached the Supreme Court, and their influential rulings have affected Phoenix family law and laws across the country. Here is a look back at decades-old cases and recent rulings that have greatly shaped the family law…read more

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Child Support Lawyer | Factors to Consider

October 16, 2016

The welfare of a child is by far one of the most important issues to be considered when facing a marriage dissolution. Providing for minors in a family must be a top concern for all parties involved. By talking with an Arizona child support lawyer, you can better understand the factors involved in your child…read more

When Should a Family Law Attorney Get Involved?

October 13, 2016

In many cases, family law matters arise when a sensitive family issue becomes dire and pressing. Individuals and families facing these issues are going through challenging and difficult times, and a family law attorney can provide invaluable experience and guidance during the process. Compassionate family law attorneys help clients find solutions to their family issues,…read more

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Estate Planning Phoenix | Personal Representatives

August 28, 2016

As part of estate planning Phoenix residents have the right to name someone a personal representative to their will. If you have been named someone’s personal representative, you may have questions about what this means. Particularly after a loved one has just passed away, you may find it difficult to complete your usual duties let…read more

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Phoenix Law Firm | Changing Your Name

August 24, 2016

If you live in Arizona and you want to change your name, you must go through the court system. A Phoenix law firm can gather the required paperwork, help you fill out forms correctly, and file the documents on your behalf. Learn more about the legal name change process in Arizona. What Do You Need…read more

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Understanding Basic Legal Terms

August 19, 2016

When a person has a legal problem, it is usually best for them to work with an attorney in order to resolve the problem. Getting legal representation can also help you gain better knowledge of common legal terms, which can help you better understand your case. Here are some general legal terms that are often…read more

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Financial Impact of Same Sex Marriage

August 5, 2016

On Friday, June 26, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling that legalized same sex marriage across the country. As same sex couples contemplate marriage, it is important for them to look at how tying the knot might affect their wallets. In many cases, the ability to file a joint federal return means paying…read more

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Same Sex Divorce & Child Custody

May 22, 2016

With the recent legalization of same sex marriage in Arizona last October, couples that choose to marry have also earned the right to same sex divorce. Under this provision, married partners seeking same sex divorce are afforded legal protection with regard to property division and spousal support. Where is can get tricky, however, is if…read more

Same Sex Divorce | Child Custody

May 22, 2016

In June 2015, the United States Supreme Court issued a ruling that legalized same sex marriage in all 50 states. Of course, along with this ruling, comes the issue of how to handle same sex divorce. The Logistics of Same Sex Marriage Many couples who lived in states where gay marriage was banned or not…read more


What Are The Qualifications For FMLA?

May 18, 2016

The Family Medical Leave Act, otherwise known as FMLA, was enacted in 1993. It is designed to grant family and medical leave under certain circumstances. FMLA is a law that has allowed many Americans to take time away from work to care for themselves or their families in long-term situations. Who is Qualified for FMLA?…read more

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