Frequent Mistakes that Could Put Your Social Security at Risk

Frequent Mistakes that Could Put Your Social Security at Risk Your social security is an important asset that you can help support you after you retire – or after you have finished working due to disability. But social security rarely pays enough for you to [...]

2020-12-01T03:01:33+00:00December 1st, 2020|Bankruptcy|

Don’t Believe Everything You Hear about Divorce

Don’t Believe Everything You Hear about Divorce There are a lot of misconceptions about divorce. That wouldn’t be such a problem if those misconceptions did not lead to any repercussions. But when it comes to the high stakes of divorce, misinformation can cost you important [...]

2020-11-27T20:22:23+00:00November 26th, 2020|Divorce|

The Ultimate Guide to a Divorce Settlement Conference

The Ultimate Guide to a Divorce Settlement Conference Getting a divorce in Arizona is often a contentious process. No one wants to give up anything – not the house they lived in together, not the savings they had, not the retirement accounts they had, not [...]

2020-11-19T15:10:26+00:00November 19th, 2020|Divorce|

The Long-Term Effects of a DUI Charge on Your Permanent Record

The Long-Term Effects of a DUI Charge on Your Permanent Record Being convicted of driving under the influence can stay with you for a long time. Not only are there extensive consequences you will face as a result of your conviction – such as jail [...]

2020-11-17T14:31:39+00:00November 13th, 2020|DUI|

Can You and Your Spouse Come to a Child Support Agreement without an Attorney?

Can You and Your Spouse Come to a Child Support Agreement without an Attorney? Technically, you can get through your entire divorce without hiring an attorney to help you with any of it. You and your spouse can draw up the paperwork, sign it, file [...]

2020-10-16T21:40:39+00:00October 16th, 2020|Divorce|

Why You Should Consider Divorce Mediation as a First Step

Why You Should Consider Divorce Mediation as a First Step Divorce can seem like war. In fact, many books and movies have shown it exactly like that, even including the word “war” in the title. Most people getting a divorce seem like enemy combatants. Attempting [...]

2020-10-08T20:09:27+00:00October 8th, 2020|Divorce|

The Effects of a DUI Conviction on Your Insurance Rates

The Effects of a DUI Conviction on Your Insurance Rates Sometimes, the consequences of doing something can seem so abstract that they don’t really sink in enough to deter you from doing it. Sure, you know that driving under the influence is bad and can [...]

2020-10-02T22:34:19+00:00October 2nd, 2020|DUI|

COVID-19 Debt: Measures You Can Take to Manage Your Finances

COVID-19 Debt: Measures You Can Take to Manage Your Finances The COVID-19 pandemic has caused sweeping economic changes. Many people have lost their jobs, and others have had their jobs put on hold or had their salaries reduced. A lot of people are not able [...]

2020-09-29T00:56:15+00:00September 24th, 2020|Bankruptcy|

How to Overcome Your Spending Habits after a Bankruptcy

How to Overcome Your Spending Habits after a Bankruptcy We live in a consumerist society. It’s very easy to get caught up in a cycle of spending, even beyond what you can afford. Credit is easy to come by, and we are inundated with ads [...]

2020-09-18T21:57:06+00:00September 18th, 2020|Bankruptcy|

How to Ensure Continual Child Support Payments When Income is Uncertain

How to Ensure Continual Child Support Payments When Income is Uncertain The COVID-19 pandemic has created a lot of economic uncertainty. Businesses are closing, and people are losing their jobs by the millions. Those who still have their jobs may have taken a pay cut, [...]

2020-09-11T16:36:24+00:00September 11th, 2020|Family Law|

How to Deal with Long-Distance Parenting during a Pandemic

How to Deal with Long-Distance Parenting during a Pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic has forced significant changes to our daily lives. Many people have had to work from home and even teach their children from home, and we’ve all had to maintain as much distance as [...]

2020-09-11T13:03:58+00:00September 2nd, 2020|Family Law|

Sleepy Driving and Drunk Driving: Are they Equally as Dangerous?

Sleepy Driving and Drunk Driving: Are they Equally as Dangerous? There has been an increase in conversation about drowsy driving and how dangerous it is. Between that and distracted driving (like texting while driving), we keep hearing about the risks they pose and how they [...]

2020-09-01T17:07:03+00:00September 1st, 2020|DUI|

Securing Your Assets When Filing for Bankruptcy

Securing Your Assets When Filing for Bankruptcy Bankruptcy is a valuable legal tool that can help you get out from under the burden of rising debt. Some have a stereotypical notion of bankruptcy in their minds that includes only very poor people who are living [...]

2020-08-12T00:21:41+00:00August 12th, 2020|Bankruptcy|

Can I Get Divorced During This COVID-19 Pandemic?

Can I Get Divorced During This COVID-19 Pandemic? Without a doubt, 2020 will be known as (hopefully the only) year of coronavirus. To stop the pandemic’s spread, gatherings of 10 or more people have been discouraged and nonessential businesses have been forced to close. Services [...]

2020-08-11T23:00:37+00:00August 11th, 2020|Blog, COVID-19|

4 Rules for Child Support with a Military Spouse

4 Rules for Child Support with a Military Spouse Divorcing a military spouse can sometimes be more difficult than divorcing a civilian spouse. Military members are held to higher standards in some cases, and military courts can have some say in military divorces and child [...]

2020-08-05T20:42:45+00:00August 5th, 2020|Family Law|

The Many Inconveniences of an Ignition Interlock Device

The Many Inconveniences of an Ignition Interlock Device If you are convicted of driving under the influence in Arizona, there is a good chance you will be ordered to install an ignition interlock device on your vehicle. The device requires you to breathe into it [...]

2020-06-17T21:06:36+00:00June 17th, 2020|DUI|

Reorganizing Your Debt under Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Reorganizing Your Debt under Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Huge debts can become overwhelming. However, you may try to pay them off, but your credit card interest rates just keep resetting higher and higher as your credit score suffers, making it harder for you to pay down [...]

2020-07-07T21:25:15+00:00June 17th, 2020|Bankruptcy|

Can I Clear My Medical Debt by Filing for Bankruptcy in Arizona?

Can I Clear My Medical Debt by Filing for Bankruptcy in Arizona? There is no shortage of information about how health care expenses have spiraled out of control. Life-saving drugs cost thousands of dollars a month in some cases, and a single surgery can cost [...]

2020-07-22T17:36:57+00:00June 17th, 2020|Bankruptcy|

Tax Laws and Divorce: What Your Divorce Could Mean for the 2020 Tax Season

Tax Laws and Divorce: What Your Divorce Could Mean for the 2020 Tax Season A divorce can turn your finances upside down. You suddenly go from having two incomes to support your household to only having one income. Yet your living expenses remain stable. If [...]

2020-06-17T20:59:53+00:00June 17th, 2020|Divorce|

FoodFirst Global Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

FoodFirst Global Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy What does this mean for local Gilbert, Arizona restaurant Brio? On 5/11/2020 the Attorneys and Staff at My Arizona Lawyers write: In April, 2020, FoodFirst Global Restaurants filed for Chapter eleven Bankruptcy protection. The company has Brio Tuscan Grille, [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:53+00:00May 12th, 2020|Uncategorized|

The Pros and Cons of Filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

The Pros and Cons of Filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Filing for bankruptcy can give you substantial debt relief, helping you to regain control of your finances and get your life back on track. When many people think of filing for bankruptcy in Glendale, they [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:30+00:00May 9th, 2020|Bankruptcy|

Why You Should Think Carefully before Filing for Divorce

Why You Should Think Carefully before Filing for Divorce By the time you are thinking about divorce, you are probably done with the marriage. You have had it with the fighting and the lying and the money problems and all the rest of it. Also, [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:15+00:00April 25th, 2020|Divorce|

Changes in Criminal Court Procedures Due to Spread of COVID-19

Changes in Criminal Court Procedures Due to Spread of COVID-19 Gatherings of all kinds are being suspended across the country, and the criminal court is no exception. Beginning March 17, 2020, the Maricopa County Superior Court modified its procedures for a minimum of 60 days. [...]

2020-04-23T23:04:41+00:00April 23rd, 2020|Uncategorized|

Creditors Can’t Garnish Your Stimulus Check- But They CAN Garnish Your Bank Account

Creditors Can’t Garnish Your Stimulus Check- But They CAN Garnish Your Bank Account     Businesses and services across the country are being forced to close, and many may not reopen after the quarantine is over. So far, 22 million Americans have filed for unemployment [...]

2020-04-26T09:04:21+00:00April 22nd, 2020|Uncategorized|

Long-Distance Parenting: Covering All Your Bases during Your Divorce

Long Distance Parenting: Covering All Your Bases during Your Divorce Long Distance Parenting can become a real issue once a couple divorces.  Ideally, both parents would live in the same city as their children – or at least close enough that everyday visits are possible. [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:15+00:00April 16th, 2020|Divorce|

Filing Bankruptcy is Still Possible During COVID-19 Soc­­ial Distancing­­­

Filing Bankruptcy is Still Possible During COVID-19 Soc­­ial Distancing­­­ On 4/15/2020 My Arizona Lawyers bankruptcy attorneys and staff write: Filing Bankruptcy during COVID-19.  Check out our Coronavirus FAQ's.  Whether you were on the brink of bankruptcy before the pandemic started, or if quarantine measures have [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:52+00:00April 15th, 2020|Bankruptcy, COVID-19|

Explaining Ignition Interlock Requirements in Arizona

Explaining Ignition Interlock Requirements in Arizona If you are convicted of driving under the influence in Arizona, you will have to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle, at your own expense, after your 90-day license suspension. The device is connected to your vehicle’s [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:49+00:00April 10th, 2020|DUI|

California Man Faces Battery Charges After Punching Mother for Hiding Toilet Paper

If you participate in society in any sort of way, you’re probably aware that due to the spread of COVID-19, people have been stockpiling household goods such as soap and toilet paper. Some Americans truly don’t have a square to spare, not even a ply.  [...]

2020-04-10T02:42:28+00:00April 10th, 2020|Uncategorized|

How Coronavirus is Uprooting Custody Arrangements

The spread of coronavirus, and the shelter-in-place orders put into effect to slow the spread, have caused an upheaval in the schedules of parents across the country. This can be even more confusing for parents who split custody with an ex. If you have a [...]

2020-04-10T02:04:15+00:00April 10th, 2020|Uncategorized|

6 Things Drunk Drivers Do that Make their Arrest More Complicated

6 Things Drunk Drivers Do that Make their Arrest More Complicated Getting stopped on suspicion of drinking and driving is a precarious situation. Anything you do during and after that stop can have a big impact on whether you are charged or ultimately convicted. If [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:49+00:00April 3rd, 2020|DUI|

Can I File for Bankruptcy Even Though I Can’t Leave My House Due to COVID-19?

Can I File for Bankruptcy Even Though I Can’t Leave My House Due to COVID-19? Filing Bankruptcy From Home in Arizona Even though it feels like the entire world is shut down, debt and its collection attempts are not. Whether you were struggling financially before [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:52+00:00March 31st, 2020|Bankruptcy, COVID-19|

Covid-19 and Parenting Time in Arizona Family Law

Covid-19 and Parenting Time in Arizona Family Law Arizona Family Law Attorney, Alison C. Briggs takes a look at the COVID-19 issue of Parenting Time and Family Law. The family courts are currently dealing with an issue of first impression as society tries to navigate [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:44+00:00March 27th, 2020|COVID-19, Family Law|

Arizona Bankruptcy Guide: How Often is it Allowed?

Arizona Bankruptcy Guide: How Often is it Allowed? Unfortunately, financial troubles are not limited. You can go through serious financial problems and get into major debt and think that the worst is behind you. But then you can face the same troubles if you lose [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:30+00:00March 24th, 2020|Bankruptcy|

BANKRUPTCY MYTH: IF I FILE BANKRUPTCY IN ARIZONA, I WILL NEVER GET CREDIT AGAIN

BANKRUPTCY MYTH: IF I FILE BANKRUPTCY IN ARIZONA, I WILL NEVER GET CREDIT AGAIN This, of course, is a False statement.  Filing bankruptcy does not make future credit unobtainable. Actually, the truth is that most of our clients who file for bankruptcy protection find it easier to [...]

2020-03-31T16:01:05+00:00March 22nd, 2020|Uncategorized|

How Coronavirus May Impact the Bankruptcy Field

How Coronavirus May Impact the Bankruptcy Field With millions of Americans practicing some level of quarantine, politicians are scrambling with how to deal with the economic fallout caused by the spread of COVID-19. The top reason people file for bankruptcy in Arizona is because of [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:30+00:00March 19th, 2020|Bankruptcy|

How Does Unemployment Effect My Ability to File for Bankruptcy

How Does Unemployment Effect My Ability to File for Bankruptcy? Losing your job can be a huge, financial blow. Even if you have savings, you may only be able to get by for a few months or less on what you have. The longer it [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:05+00:00March 19th, 2020|Bankruptcy|

Bankruptcy Myth: If married, both spouses must file bankruptcy.

Bankruptcy Myth: If married, both spouses must file bankruptcy. If you are married, you have the option of filing bankruptcy singly, so this myth is simply not true. Hence, the only involvement your spouse may have in your bankruptcy will be supplying information and financial [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:38+00:00March 13th, 2020|Bankruptcy|

Bankruptcy Myth: It’s too difficult to file bankruptcy

BANKRUPTCY MYTH: It is too difficult to file bankruptcy. When My Arizona Lawyers provides experienced, trusted, and expert legal representation for ZERO MONEY DOWN, erasing debt may be a reality. With the assistance of the bankruptcy legal team at our law firm, our clients discover [...]

2020-03-31T15:58:38+00:00March 13th, 2020|Uncategorized|

Bankruptcy Myth: Only financially irresponsible people file bankruptcy

BANKRUPTCY MYTH: Only financially irresponsible people file bankruptcy. This is a myth, because not all Arizona residents who need Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection file because they are irresponsible with their money, or overspend unnecessarily. Now, if a client consults with an attorney [...]

2020-03-31T15:57:47+00:00March 13th, 2020|Uncategorized|

What to Do if You Change Your Mind while Signing Your Divorce Papers

What to Do if You Change Your Mind while Signing Your Divorce Papers Divorce can be tricky. You may sign your divorce papers and then think better of the settlement to which you’ve agreed. You may decide you want more of the 401(k), or you [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:04+00:00March 5th, 2020|Divorce|

The Arizona DUI Guide: Understanding “Impaired to the Slightest Degree”

The Arizona DUI Guide: Understanding “Impaired to the Slightest Degree” You know that you can be arrested if you are caught driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. But you have likely gone to dinner or drinks with friends, had a glass of [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:48+00:00February 25th, 2020|DUI|

Does Going through a Divorce affect Your Ability to Date

Does Going through a Divorce affect Your Ability to Date? Some people can’t imagine dating again after the pain of going through a divorce. They are too emotionally exhausted to want to start again with someone new. Other people are ready to date almost as [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:14+00:00February 10th, 2020|Divorce|

The Unfortunate Aftermath of a DUI Conviction

The Unfortunate Aftermath of a DUI Conviction A DUI conviction, or driving under the influence, can lead to serious short-term and long-term consequences, whether it’s the first time you’ve been convicted or the fifth. You should do whatever you can to avoid conviction, starting with [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:48+00:00February 3rd, 2020|DUI|

A Complete Guide to Child Custody: Who Has Custody in Unmarried Couples

A Complete Guide to Child Custody: Who Has Custody in Unmarried Couples In many ways, life is a lot more complicated when you’re married. But when it comes to determining parental rights, it’s a lot easier. When you’re married, both the man and the women [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:15+00:00January 31st, 2020|Arizona Law|

Ignition Interlock Device: The Unavoidable Result of a DUI

Ignition Interlock Device: The Unavoidable Result of a DUI Arizona is tough on drinking and driving – which is a good thing for safety but a bad thing for those who are convicted of driving under the influence. The state hands down tough penalties for [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:48+00:00January 27th, 2020|DUI|

Bankruptcy Guide: How Long Does it Stay on My Credit Report?

Bankruptcy Guide: How Long Does it Stay on My Credit Report? One reason that many people don’t file for bankruptcy even when they should is that they fear what it will do to their credit report. They think that the bankruptcy will stay on their [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:28+00:00January 17th, 2020|Bankruptcy|

How Often is Too Often to File for Bankruptcy in Arizona

How Often is Too Often to File for Bankruptcy in Arizona? Life happens. And when it does, it can get expensive. You can lose your job and drain your savings or start living on your credit cards. You can get sick and suddenly have tens [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:34+00:00January 9th, 2020|Bankruptcy|

Dividing Your Household Goods during Your Divorce

Dividing Your Household Goods during Your Divorce Right after you recover from the decision to get a divorce (or the announcement from your spouse), you have to start thinking of the practical matters. At the top of your head might be questions like, Who gets [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:04+00:00January 3rd, 2020|Divorce|

All the Fees that Come with an Overnight DUI Stay in Jail

All the Fees that Come with an Overnight DUI Stay in Jail If you get pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence, you know you’re in trouble. If you are convicted, you know you’re going to face repercussions like losing your license, paying [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:58+00:00December 19th, 2019|DUI|

Will My Bankruptcy Show Up on a Background Check?

Will My Bankruptcy Show Up on a Background Check? A lot of people worry that if they file for bankruptcy in Arizona, they won’t ever be able to get credit again. Many ask,  "Does bankruptcy show on a background check?"   They know that bankruptcy can [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:34+00:00December 9th, 2019|Bankruptcy|

Discharging Medical Bills with a Bankruptcy: What are the Rules?

Discharging Medical Bills with a Bankruptcy: What are the Rules? The health care system has gotten out of control, with expenses skyrocketing and insurance coverage falling steadily. More and more people are paying out of pocket for their medical expenses, or they are getting hit [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:07+00:00December 4th, 2019|Bankruptcy|

The Unintended Consequences of a Divorce on Your Career

The Unintended Consequences of a Divorce on Your Career Divorce can upend your life. It can change friendships and family relationships in ways you never expected, and it can change the way you feel about yourself. It can change the relationship your chidren have with [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:57+00:00November 25th, 2019|Divorce|

Divorce Settlement Conferences and Why They Matter

Divorce Settlement Conferences and Why They Matter Most people have an image in their minds of a contentious divorce trial when they decide to end their marriage. They may think that they will have to get on the stand and detail everything that went wrong [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:51+00:00November 25th, 2019|Divorce|

The Top 3 Advantages of Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

The Top 3 Advantages of Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy When you are in over your head in debt, you may feel like you don’t have any options other than to work yourself to the bone and pay everything you can to your creditors, hoping [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:34+00:00October 30th, 2019|Bankruptcy|

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Guide: Understanding Discharges and How they Can Help

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Guide: Understanding Discharges and How they Can Help You can refinance your debt to get it under control or even get on a more affordable payment plan, but most people will agree that all they really want to do is get rid [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:24+00:00October 25th, 2019|Bankruptcy|

A Guide to Alimony When Will I Start Receiving It

A Guide to Alimony: When Will I Start Receiving It? Splitting from your spouse can be financial devastating (not to mention the emotional impact). Suddenly, you may find yourself struggling to figure out how to live on one income instead of two, while also covering [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:51+00:00October 21st, 2019|Divorce|

Driving under the Influence vs. Using a Cellphone: Which is More Dangerous?

Driving under the Influence vs. Using a Cellphone: Which is More Dangerous? We’ve all been guilty of answering the phone while we’re driving – or even of making a call or two ourselves. When you’re on a long drive or you’re stuck in traffic, talking [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:47+00:00October 9th, 2019|DUI|

Mistakes You Should Dodge When Seeking Debt Relief

Mistakes You Should Dodge When Seeking Debt Relief Falling into serious debt can make you feel stressed and overwhelmed. You may feel like you’re working harder and harder, but you aren’t getting anywhere. You can start to feel like you’ll never see the end of [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:34+00:00September 28th, 2019|Bankruptcy|

Drivers Running Red Lights and Causing Fatal Accidents is at a 10 Year High

Drivers Running Red Lights and Causing Fatal Accidents is at a 10 Year High AAA is recommending that drivers and pedestrians use caution at traffic signals, as the number of people killed by drivers running red lights is higher than is has been in a [...]

2019-08-31T17:19:42+00:00August 31st, 2019|Uncategorized|

How to Halt a Wage Garnishment When Filing for Bankruptcy

How to Halt a Wage Garnishment When Filing for Bankruptcy Getting over your head in debt doesn’t just create financial pressures for you. The more delinquent you become with your accounts, the more calls and emails you will get from your creditors, both at home [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:07+00:00August 21st, 2019|Bankruptcy|

Custody Battles in Arizona: What is the Most Likely Outcome?

Custody Battles in Arizona: What is the Most Likely Outcome? Child custody is one of the biggest fights in divorces among couples with children. Few parents want to give up time with their kids. They want to be with them as much as possible so [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:14+00:00August 16th, 2019|Family Law|

The Downfalls of Getting a Divorce without a Lawyer

The Downfalls of Getting a Divorce without a Lawyer Divorce can be notoriously expensive. The more contentious and prolonged the process, the more expensive it can be. You can spend thousands of dollars on a relatively “simple” divorce, and you can spend tens of thousands [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:24+00:00August 12th, 2019|Divorce|

Know the Signs 7 Indications that Youre Too Drunk to Drive

Know the Signs: 7 Indications that You’re Too Drunk to Drive You know that you shouldn’t drink and drive. But you also know that you’re perfectly fine to drive safely if you haven’t drunk very much. One drink? No problem. Two drinks? Probably ok. Three [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:50+00:00August 6th, 2019|DUI|

The Financial Implications of an Arizona DUI Conviction

The Financial Implications of an Arizona DUI Conviction Driving under the influence can have devastating and long-term consequences. Even if you are not injured in an accident or do not get into an accident while you are driving under the influence, a DUI conviction can [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:46+00:00July 2nd, 2019|DUI|

Bankruptcy and Real Estate How Long Do You Have to Wait to Buy a House

Bankruptcy and Real Estate: How Long Do You Have to Wait to Buy a House? One of the things that people worry about the most when considering filing for bankruptcy is whether they will ever be able to buy a home or not. They think [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:33+00:00June 28th, 2019|Advice|

Bankruptcy Guide: What Can YOU Discharge on Your Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy Guide: What Can YOU Discharge on Your Bankruptcy? Bankruptcy offers an excellent way to get debt relief for many. In some cases, it allows you to get rid of debts completely, and in some cases, it allows you to refinance your debts under one [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:33+00:00June 24th, 2019|Bankruptcy|

Undisputed Reasons to Disclose Everything to Your Divorce Lawyer

Undisputed Reasons to Disclose Everything to Your Divorce Lawyer All your dirty laundry gets aired when you get a divorce. Spouses use whatever they can against each other to try to help themselves get what they want, such as primary custody of the children or [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:01+00:00June 19th, 2019|Divorce|

Everything You Need to Know about Being Stopped for a DUI

Everything You Need to Know about Being Stopped for a DUI A conviction of driving under the influence can follow you for years. You will pay increased insurance rates, you may have restrictions on your driving, and you may even have trouble getting a job. [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:50+00:00June 10th, 2019|DUI|

What Does Filing for Bankruptcy Mean for Your Tax Refund?

What Does Filing for Bankruptcy Mean for Your Tax Refund? Filing for bankruptcy can help you get out from under the weight of overwhelming debt. Depending on your circumstances, you can either qualify to have your unsecured debt discharged, such as credit card and medical [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:07+00:00May 22nd, 2019|Bankruptcy|

5 Unforeseen Benefits of Filing for Bankruptcy

5 Unforeseen Benefits of Filing for Bankruptcy Many people have negative beliefs about bankruptcy. They think it means that that’ve failed, that it will ruin their credit, and that it paints a picture of them as financially irresponsible. But anyone who has actually gone through [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:07+00:00May 18th, 2019|Bankruptcy|

Sole Custody vs. Shared Custody: What’s the Difference?

Sole Custody vs. Shared Custody: What’s the Difference? The very first issue that most married couples want to talk about when they decide to separate or divorce is who will get custody of the children (if children are involved). Yet it is also the most [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:15+00:00May 8th, 2019|Family Law|

Truck Accident Injury Lawyers: Do You Need One?

Truck Accident Injury Lawyers: Do You Need One? Large trucks can deliver a powerful blow. If you are in an accident with one, it’s unlikely that your vehicle suffered only minor damage. Chances are good that your vehicle was severely damaged and that you suffered [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:18+00:00May 3rd, 2019|Personal Injury|

Top Attributes You Should Look for in a Criminal Defense Lawyer

Top Attributes You Should Look for in a Criminal Defense Lawyer Facing any kind of criminal charges can be a serious situation. Even if you are convicted of a misdemeanor, that conviction can stay on your record for a long time, making it harder for [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:49+00:00April 30th, 2019|Criminal Defense|

DUI Guide: 6 Mistakes You Shouldn’t Make during a DUI Arrest

DUI Guide: 6 Mistakes You Shouldn’t Make during a DUI Arrest You know you shouldn’t drink and drive. But when you drink, you aren’t in your right mind to make the best decisions. You might think you are “fine” when you’re not. Or you might [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:31+00:00April 26th, 2019|DUI|

Top 5 Ways to Prepare for Your Child Custody Battle

Top 5 Ways to Prepare for Your Child Custody Battle A child-custody hearing can be very stressful. The fate of your children and your future relationship with them rests on the outcome of this hearing, and you are appealing to a room full of strangers. [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:13+00:00April 22nd, 2019|Divorce|

The Ultimate Guide to Helping Your Child through Your Divorce

The Ultimate Guide to Helping Your Child through Your Divorce Divorce is hard on the two grown adults who are consciously going through the process. Even if they have to negotiate for what they want, they have the ability to make the decisions that affect [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:31+00:00April 16th, 2019|Divorce|

Bankruptcy 101: 5 Things to Prepare for Your Bankruptcy Meeting

Bankruptcy 101: 5 Things to Prepare for Your Bankruptcy Meeting Whether you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you will have what is known as a Meeting of Creditors, or a 341 Hearing. This meeting is an important part of your bankruptcy [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:06+00:00April 3rd, 2019|Bankruptcy|

Post Bankruptcy: Is It Possible to Rebuild Your Credit?

Post Bankruptcy: Is It Possible to Rebuild Your Credit? Many people fear filing for bankruptcy because they think it means that they will never have good credit again – which also means that they will never be able to buy a new car or get [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:06+00:00February 14th, 2019|Bankruptcy|

Former NFL Quarterback Arrested for 2nd DUI Since 2016

Former NFL Quarterback Arrested for 2nd DUI Since 2016 Vince Young Again Facing DUI Charges Vince Young, former NFL quarterback for the Texas Titans and University of Texas standout, was arrested for suspicion on DUI. Young was arrested at 4:31 a.m. in the Missouri City [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:45+00:00February 12th, 2019|DUI|

5 Qualities to Look for a in a Personal Injury Attorney

5 Qualities to Look for a in a Personal Injury Attorney If you are injured in a car accident or another type of accident, such as a slip and fall, getting a personal injury attorney can help you recover the full damages to which you [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:42+00:00February 4th, 2019|Personal Injury|

Why You May Need a Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Attorney for Your Case

Why You May Need a Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Attorney for Your Case When we use the term workers' compensation it refers to a set of law outlining benefits that injured workers are entitled to and how these benefits may be obtained. In general [...]

2018-06-18T21:13:45+00:00April 4th, 2018|Personal Injury|

The Basics Of Hiring An Accident Attorney Once You’ve Been In An Auto Accident

The Basics Of Hiring An Accident Attorney Once You’ve Been In An Auto Accident When you are injured in a car accident and you are not at fault, the process of recovering for your injuries and damages should be easy. Unfortunately, that is not always [...]

2018-03-26T18:39:59+00:00November 27th, 2017|Personal Injury|

Reasons to Hire a Process Server after a Car Accident

Reasons to Hire a Process Server after a Car Accident You’re driving the kids to school. The light turns green, and you cross the intersection. Suddenly, you’re hit at high speed directly in the side by a car that ran the red light. Your SUV [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:17+00:00October 24th, 2017|Guest Blog|

Trucking Accidents and Personal Injury Cases: How To Avoid Truck Accidents

Trucking Accidents and Personal Injury Cases: How To Avoid Truck Accidents According to the The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), trucking accidents cause as much as 60,000 personal injuries, and 5000 deaths each year in the US. Even if an injury settlement can amount [...]

2020-07-22T16:44:57+00:00July 27th, 2017|Accident|

What is a Pre-Nuptial Agreement and Do I Need One?

What is a Pre-Nuptial Agreement and Do I Need One? A lot of people have heard about pre-nuptial agreements and maybe even have a vague understanding of what they are. They often come into the news when celebrities are getting married and there is discussion [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:00+00:00March 6th, 2017|Divorce|

Annuity Contracts VS. Bankruptcy Law in Arizona

Annuity Contracts VS. Bankruptcy Law in Arizona Financial planning is difficult, but important. Many people of Arizona don’t understand the importance of saving money for the future, or the concept of financial planning. As lawyers, when we are saying “financial planning,” we are talking about [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:39+00:00January 17th, 2017|Bankruptcy|

Coming Soon: The Potalyzer and Why it Still Won’t Work

Coming Soon: The Potalyzer and Why it Still Won’t Work In Arizona, we have some of the most strict DUI Laws in America. With the use of the breathalyzer, it makes finding and prosecuting drunk drivers much easier than it would usually be. Because of [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:31+00:00October 19th, 2016|DUI|

Being Dehydrated While Driving is Just as Dangerous as Drunk Driving

Being Dehydrated While Driving is Just as Dangerous as Drunk Driving You know that driving while intoxicated is dangerous and illegal, whether you have been drinking too much or taking prescription or illegal drugs. These substances affect your ability to make sound decisions while driving, [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:45+00:00September 23rd, 2016|Accident, DUI|

What Happens When I Fail The Sobriety Tests And I’m Not Drunk?

What Happens When I Fail The Sobriety Tests And I’m Not Drunk? Sobriety tests and DUI stops in Glendale, Arizona are often paired together. Sobriety tests can either work in your favor, or put you in serious danger of being charged with a DUI. But [...]

2020-07-22T16:49:58+00:00September 1st, 2016|DUI|

What Is A Parenting Plan In A Child Custody Case?

What Is A Parenting Plan In A Child Custody Case? In Tucson Arizona, Child custody cases are exhausting and sometimes very damaging to the children. When the decision to split up gets messier when it comes to child custody, it is important to understand how [...]

2020-07-22T16:50:19+00:00August 24th, 2016|Family Law|

The Difference Between Legal Separation and Divorce

The Difference Between Legal Separation and Divorce In Avondale, Arizona, understanding the core differences between legal separation and divorce are key when you are having trouble in your marriage. The differences are huge and there are many misconceptions around both of the terms. Before you [...]

2020-07-22T16:46:47+00:00August 17th, 2016|Divorce|
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