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Should you attend mediation if you are getting divorced in Arizona?

Mediation can be an excellent opportunity to settle your case without enduring unnecessary attorney fees and long court delays. However, choosing a …

Answered by William D. Bishop

When does it make sense to have a premarital or postnuptial agreement in Arizona?

Premarital (also called prenuptial) agreements are contracts entered into prior to marriage that generally address how income, assets and debts are …

Answered by William D. Bishop

What factors impact my ability to obtain custody and parenting time in Arizona?

The term “custody” is often confusing. Many people think that it means who gets the children most of the time. The term custody in …

Answered by William D. Bishop

How long does a divorce take in Arizona?

The short answer to the question “how long does it take to get a divorce in Arizona”  is anywhere from 61 days to as much as a …

Answered by William D. Bishop

Do Arizona Salaried Employees Get Overtime Pay?

Some salaried employees are entitled to overtime pay, and some are not. If you are a salaried employee, your eligibility for overtime pay depends on …

Answered by Michael Zoldan

What Can I Do If I’m Being Investigated By The Arizona State Board Of Nursing?

You have multiple options, but the best path forward for you will depend on your specific circumstances. Depending on the allegations and the facts …

Answered by Michael Zoldan

What’s The Difference Between An Employee And An Independent Contractor In Arizona?

An employee and an independent contractor may do the same or similar work, but there are important differences between them with respect to …

Answered by Michael Zoldan

What Can I Do If I’m Being Sexually Harassed At My Arizona Workplace?

One of your first options is to report the sexual harassment to your employer. Unfortunately, reporting the offensive behavior could lead to further …

Answered by Michael Zoldan

Who pays my medical bills for injuries in a car accident in Arizona?

If you were injured through the fault of another driver, there are several options in Arizona to help you pay your medical bills.  One important …

Answered by Douglas J. Newborn

Are There Different Types of Probate in Arizona, and What Steps Are Required?

In Arizona, the process for administering someone’s estate depends on several factors. One of these is whether there was a valid Will. Another …

Answered by Douglas J. Newborn

What Can I Do If My Arizona Employer Discriminated Against Me?

You have multiple options under federal and Arizona laws if your employer has discriminated against you on the basis of your race, national origin, …

Answered by Michael Zoldan

Why Was My Arizona Speeding Ticket Charged as a Misdemeanor?

Arizona is one of a few states that criminalize speeding. It is a criminal misdemeanor to drive more than 20 miles per hour above the posted limit …

Answered by Ryan W. Cummings

What Should I Do If Charged With DUI After an Arizona Car Crash?

Accusations of drunk driving may come up right at the scene of an accident and result in an arrest. If you were injured, but there are concerns you …

Answered by Ryan W. Cummings

What Is Extreme/Super Extreme DUI in Arizona?

Technically, these are still misdemeanors. The penalties, however, include more jail time, higher fees and increased ignition interlock device (IID) …

Answered by Ryan W. Cummings

Why Should I Hire an Arizona Private Criminal Defense Attorney?

Would you operate on yourself? Medicine, as we all know, requires a specialized background. And you probably do not want an internist handling your …

Answered by Ryan W. Cummings

Can I Fight an Arizona DUI for Prescription Drugs?

Yes, it is often possible to have the charges reduced or dismissed altogether. Many people do not realize that a DUI charge is possible after taking …

Answered by Ryan W. Cummings

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