A marriage is a contract -- and contracts should always protect you against anything that can go wrong. U.S. divorce statistics are a stark illustration of just how many things can go wrong in today's marriages -- contracts that are signed without prenuptial agreements that legally preserve … [Read more...] about How Important Is Your "Pre-nup?" Very.
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The practice of family law can also benefit families who are not joined by marriage. Paternity issues can take a number of surprising turns, for example -- some ugly, some inspiring. Ugly: when a child's birth mother does not want to be found by a biological father who wants to be closer to his … [Read more...] about Paternity Issues For Unmarried Parents In Arizona
Arizona's gun trust laws present a variety of challenges that cause practices of family law, criminal defense and estate planning to overlap. First of all, you want to know that your firearms are in good hands after your passing. A gun trust written into your estate can ensure that. From a criminal … [Read more...] about Arizona's Gun Trust Laws: How They Can Work For You
If you are going to insist on getting even with a former spouse during an acrimonious contested or high asset divorce, you should be prepared for a number of worst-case scenarios you will have to deal with for the rest of your life: 1) Everyone in your neighborhood, and your county, and the state, … [Read more...] about Thinking of Litigating Your Arizona Divorce? Think Again.
People who are accused of violent crimes that harm and end lives are considered the lowest of the low. If you stand accused of a violent crime such as aggravated assault, domestic violence or homicide in Arizona, there is no way to change how others feel about you. But you can do something -- now -- … [Read more...] about Serious Violent Crime Charges Call For Serious Defense Representation