Monthly Archives: May 2014

Tax Issues To Look For in a Divorce

© 2014 Written by Phoenix Tax Attorney Shad Brown  No one enters a marriage thinking that the marriage will not last. Unfortunately, however, a statistically significant number of marriages won’t. Often as couples grapple with the emotional fallout from the … Continue reading

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DIVORCE BASICS

© 2014 Written by Scottsdale Divorce Attorney Kyle Scoresby The divorce process can seem complex and downright overwhelming.  Distilling the issues to divorce basics help individuals understand that they can and will get through the process.  There is hope, and … Continue reading

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Planning for Long Term Care in Arizona

© 2014 Written by ALTCS Attorney Scott Jensen Long term care in Arizona is expensive.  The average cost per month in Maricopa County is $6,646.35.  Navigating the application process can be overwhelming.  Decisions include finding a place to live, how … Continue reading

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FAMILY LAW OVERVIEW

© 2014 Written by Scottsdale Divorce Attorney Kyle Scoresby What Family Law Is Not When people hear the term “family law”, some think of a family doctor, who treats many different illnesses and injuries.  Some mistakenly think that a “family … Continue reading

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New Changes to Arizona’s Anti-Deficiency Statutes with Passing of HB 2018

Article By Arizona Bankruptcy Attorney Whitney G. Coats On April 22, 2014, the Arizona legislature passed HB 2018, which created some significant changes to the Arizona anti-deficiency statutes outlined in Arizona Revised Statute (“A.R.S.”) §33-729, which pertains to purchase money … Continue reading

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