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Public Welfare for Immigrants

There are many uncertainties regarding immigration and the status of immigrants’ citizenship in our country right now. For those that have come to America looking for a better life with lack of financial means or missed opportunities for jobs, there could be question if it is possible to receive assistance. The article below explains what […]

Divorce and Inheritances

Whether you or your adult child are going through a divorce, you need to consider property division including assets. If your child has an inheritance and you are worried your soon-to-be ex-spouse will touch it, there are ways to protect it. Same goes with if your adult child is getting a divorce and you are […]

Divorce and Electronic/Online Information

If you are getting divorced or are already in the middle of a divorce, it might have crossed your mind to use your computers and/or phones to track information on your former spouse or to store your own information. Your former spouse could be doing the same thing, however. If you share accounts online you […]

Wrongful Deportation

Unfortunately, we are going through a tough time in the United States with many political disagreements and shifts of power. Since we have elected a new president, one of the biggest topics has been immigration and citizenship. As immigration lawyers, we want to provide resources to answer any questions you may have on this topic. […]

If a Pedestrian is Hit by a Car…

As the weather gets nicer in Arizona and across the country there will be more and more pedestrians sharing the road with cars and bicycles. In and around Phoenix, especially, there are a lot of tourists that are exploring on foot and crossing busy streets. That is why it is extremely important to be aware […]

Considerations When Filing Taxes With a Settlement

It is the start of a new year which means it is also tax season. If you received a settlement, and more specifically a personal injury settlement, in 2016 then you need to incorporate that into your taxes. There are many components to a personal injury case when you consider what was missed financially when […]

What You Might Not Know About Personal Injury Suits

From November to the end of December, people are out and about in busy places getting ready for the holidays. So what happens if you get hurt when you are running errands or shopping on Black Friday? If your injuries are bad and/or could have been prevented you might consider a law suit for a […]

Know This Info for Happy Holidays

If you are experiencing turmoil in your family around the holiday season there are things you should know so you can make the holidays enjoyable. You might be worried about custody/visitation conflicts or conflict between you and your spouse, read the tips in the article below. Enjoy this time of year and avoid going through […]

Navigating Divorce and Child Support

If you and your spouse are going through a divorce and you have children together decisions might be harder to make regarding who primarily supports them. For example, if the mother has better health insurance available for the kids it might be decided that she keeps or puts them on her plan. However, she might […]

Child Support Owed

Since over 50% of marriages end in divorce these days, child support is a common expense you hear about. Payments are usually made from one parent to the other until the child turns 18. But what happens if a payment is missed? The parent collecting the support might still be entitled to that money and […]