Entries by admin2018

Co-Parenting During the Holidays: Is It Possible?

Right now, we are in the thick of the holiday season. For divorced families or families going through divorces, juggling holiday schedules can be quite overwhelming and emotional. They have to decide which parent gets to spend which holiday with the children, often leaving the other parent without his or her kids during the holiday and […]

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A Day in the Life of a Family Law Attorney

Most of you readers out there in cyberspace probably have experienced family law issues personally, by listening to the experiences of a family member or a friend, or through your favorite television series or movie. The experiences of a family law attorney may be a mystery to you. Today, that changes. I present to you […]

Ashley Madison and Family Law: What does the data leak fallout mean for affected married couples?

If you are a user of the self-proclaimed website for adultery, Ashley Madison, you probably have had a rough few weeks. Users of this site were “victims” to hackers who exposed members’ sensitive data like email addresses and credit card information. To add insult to injury, rumors are circulating that many of the “women” who men on this website […]

¿QUÉ DEBE HACER SI HA ESTADO EN UN ACCIDENTE DE AUTO?

Estar involucrado en un accidente de auto es algo tragico. Dado los nervios y posibles lesiones es dificil controlar las emociones y tomar decisions correctas. Esperamos nunca tenga que tomar los siguientes pasos, pero por si acaso debe de familiarizarse con lo suguiente: Consejos para después de un Accidente Asegurese estar en un lugar seguro […]

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New Arizona Bankruptcy Exemptions

Exciting news for all bankruptcy attorneys and their clients! In April of 2013 the Arizona Bankruptcy Exemptions were finally updated. The previously low exemptions are now higher (although in most cases far too low in my opinion). The nutshell means that more of your stuff is now protected when you go through a bankruptcy. Bankruptcy […]

Arizona Bankruptcy Exemptions Updated

Exciting news for all bankruptcy attorneys and their clients! In April of 2013 the Arizona Bankruptcy Exemptions were finally updated. The previously low exemptions are now higher (although in most cases far too low in my opinion). The nutshell means that more of your stuff is now protected when you go through a bankruptcy. Bankruptcy […]

How to Prevent Wage Garnishment

When an individual has failed to pay his or her debts one of the “last resort” collection tools a creditor can use is to request that the court authorize a wage garnishment. This is also a tool commonly used by the government to collect past due taxes. A wage garnishment is a legal process through […]

Will I Lose My Home If I File For Bankruptcy?

One of the most common concerns of homeowners who are considering filing for bankruptcy is whether or not they will lose their home if they file for bankruptcy. In many cases, you will not have to give up your home simply because you have found yourself in financial trouble, and have chosen to file for […]