In Arizona, it is not uncommon for a spouse in a dissolution proceeding to assert a “waste” claim against the other spouse. The term “waste” does not appear in the Arizona statutes that define community property or relate to…more
Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk's Appellate attorney Kathi Sandweiss discusses what an appeal is and how you know you should appeal. She also talks about the process involved in appealing your case…more
Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk's business attorney Neal Bookspan discusses how business owners can manage legal risks and maintain their business.
Phoenix Business law firm Jaburg Wilk's employment law attorney Kraig Marton discusses at will employment, various types of employment cases, types of discrimination and how employment cases are assessed…more
Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk's Intellectual Property attorney Maria Crimi Speth discusses various legal issues a company should be aware of when launching a new website…more
Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk's family law attorney Jason Castle discusses what a petition for dissolution of marriage is and what it means to serve the petition when going through divorce…more
The amount of time it takes for a divorce to be finalized is different in everyone’s case and is driven by a variety of factors.
One of the most important factors is whether other professionals need to be brought into…more
Phoenix law firm Jaburg Wilk's Board Certified Family Law Specialist Mitchell Reichman discusses the time-frame and costs associated with divorce…more
So your employee wants to use his new iPhone5S to respond to work emails while on vacation. As an employer, you’re thrilled. You don’t have to pay for the technology (or the data plan), but your employee is now accessible to…more
In the State of Arizona, any and all property is presumed to be community property. However, property is characterized at the time of its acquisition and therefore, if you owned property prior to your marriage, it is and remains…more
In Melendez v. Hallmark Insurance Company, 232 Ariz. 327, 305 P.3d 392 (June 11, 2013), the Arizona Court of Appeals held a UM/UIM selection/rejection form is not a valid “offer” under Arizona’s Uninsured Motorist Act, which…more
One of the hallmarks of franchising is consistency of the brand and operations across the franchise system. If well executed, that consistency gives the public the impression that the franchise system is a centrally-owned…more
Under current Arizona law, you must make full disclosure to the other party and the Court. The Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure require that everything which may have an impact on the outcome of the case be disclosed -…more
When it comes time to choose a name for the new product or service you are launching, it is important to know that not all trademarks are created equal. In addition to the marketing considerations of choosing a brand name, there…more
The simple answer is yes. The better question is whether or not it is advisable to handle your own divorce. In short, the answer is no – it is not advisable…more