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Is Having Uber in Phoenix a Good Thing?

By on May 3, 2017 in Car Accidents

Our car accident attorneys report on ride sharing services in Phoenix.

Phoenix was among the first cities in the country to have Uber drivers. The ride-sharing service began to operate in the Valley back in 2012. If you are not familiar with Uber, here is a brief explanation: The ride-sharing service...

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Five Ways to Avoid Probate in Arizona

By on March 29, 2017 in Estate Planning

Vintage / retro style with a long shadow : Fountain pen a pocket watch on a last will and testament. A form is printed on a mulberry paper and waiting to be filled and signed by testator / testatrix.

Probate refers to the legal process of identifying property, assets and liabilities after a person’s death and transferring those assets to the decedent’s heirs and beneficiaries. Generally, all assets that you own in your name alone and you have not...

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Why You Shouldn’t Use Your Fingerprints to Lock Your Phone

By on March 23, 2017 in Criminal Defense

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Today, many new smart phones feature touch recognition, or “touch ID.” The feature allows a phone to record and recognize a user’s fingerprint. When the user places his or her thumb over a sensor, the phone will unlock. If the...

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Questions About ‘Capacity’ Can Lead to Estate Litigation in Arizona

By on January 7, 2017 in Estate Planning

Our Phoenix estate planning lawyers discuss ‘Capacity’ and estate litigation in Arizona.

For anyone in Arizona who recently created and/or modified an estate plan, or if a family member recently passed away with an estate plan in place, it is important to understand how questions about “capacity” can potentially lead to estate...

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Options for First-Time Drug Offenders in Arizona

By on December 12, 2016 in Drug Charges

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Getting arrested for drug possession in Arizona can carry serious consequences – even if you are a first-time offender. For instance, if you are charged with possession of less than two pounds of marijuana for personal use, you could end...

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