Estate Planning: Are you prepared (in the digital age)? Many things happen in life that can impact your estate planning needs, such as the birth of a child, the death of a loved one, marriage or divorce, or changes in the tax laws.Read More
Sexual harassment is illegal. A person who is sexually harassed in Arizona may file a charge against her employer with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Arizona Civil Rights Division, and then, if appropriate, sue her employerRead More
Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano recently signed into law the Arizona Fair and Legal Employment Act (FLEA), which is slated to take effect January 1, 2008.Read More
Last year, the Arizona Legislature approved a modified version of the Uniform Trust Code, which it aptly named the Arizona Trust Code (ATC).Read More
Many people are struggling to pay their day-to-day expenses and, in some cases, they must choose between paying an “upside down” mortgage or their living expenses.Read More
A tort is a civil action for damages relating to a variety of injuries.Read More
The concept of community property traces its origins to the civil laws of Mexico and Spain.Read More
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