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Divorce with Minor Children in Arizona

Divorce with Minor Children in Arizona   Preparing for a divorce is an emotional and stressful process on its own, but when you add minor children to the equation, it can feel daunting and overwhelming. In Arizona, divorce is referred to as a “dissolution of marriage,” which is the process you undergo to end your...
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Last Will, Living Will and Living Trust Packages

Video Conferencing/Phone Appointments now available   IF CORONAVIRUS HITS YOUR FAMILY, it’s important that you have these legal documents in place in advance. The concern over the corona virus has caused many to take precautions in the event of a possible quarantine whether you find  yourself at home or abroad unexpectedly according to foxbusiness.com Our...
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Revocable Living Trusts and Estate Planning

Common Mistakes in the Estate Planning Process The estate planning process can seem overwhelming. However, if you own any type of assets, you should consider establishing an estate plan that allows you to be in control of how those assets are distributed to your beneficiaries following your death. As the saying goes, if you fail...
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Arizona Divorce without going to Court

Do I have to appear in Court when I file for Divorce in Arizona?   It is common to think that a court appearance is required when filing for divorce in Arizona. They don’t have to be long, expensive battles in court. It’s quite the opposite. With the help our our certified divorce legal document...
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COVID-19 Update to Operations

The safety and well- being of our clients and staff members is of the upmost importance and given the recent increase in Arizona cases, we have decided to limit our New Client Appointments to phone, or zoom or to getting started online.  We are always available as we are working hard to serve all of...
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We understand the uncertainty and the impact the Coronavirus is having. Although Mayor Moreno has issued a Stay home Order for businesses through April 17, Governor Doug Ducey has listed legal services as an essential business and we want to be here for you. We practice social distancing and suggest the use of our online...
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