Rowley Chapman & Barney, Ltd.

63 E. Main Street, Suite 501
Mesa, AZ 85201, United States

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In Business & Corporate Law Avoiding a Messy Business Divorce is Important! #BusinessAttorney

When people come together to begin a business, they may not think the time will come when they will not get along. But if, after many years, you and your business partner no longer see eye-to-eye when it comes to how to operate…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts

DUI Attorneys Wonder Are the Eyes the Mirror of a DUI Soul? #ArizonaDUIAttorney

As an Arizona DUI attorney, my clients are often puzzled by the arresting officer’s request to gaze deep into their eyes. After all, this is Arizona. “Blood shot and watery” eyes can be simply a sign of allergy season. Arizona…more
| Criminal Law

In Criminal Defense Victim Restitution is Not Punishment, but it Sure Feels Like it! #CriminalAttorney

ne of the fundamental principles of our criminal justice system is that one person should never be punished for the misdeeds of another. As a result, if an eighteen-year-old gets drunk and smashes several car windows with a…more
| Civil Remedies, Criminal Law, Personal Injury

Obamacare May Increase Health Coverage After Divorce #DivorceAttorney

Arizona law prohibits either spouse in a divorce proceeding from removing the other spouse from health insurance plans. This allows continuity of coverage during the proceeding, but once the divorce is finalized, it is typically…more
| Family Law, Health, Insurance

Divorcing Parents – Avoid Alcohol Abuse, Illegal Drugs, or Excessive Prescription Drug Use #DivorceAttorney

If you as a parent have filed for divorce or are seeking sole or equal decision making of your minor children, the court must decide what is in the child’s best interests, if you and your spouse cannot agree…more
| Family Law

Can Prosecutors Prohibit Legal Medication? #CriminalDefense

Whenever an individual is placed on supervised felony probation, his or her probation terms are always set out in writing. Although the wording varies slightly from county to county, without fail, there is always a specific…more
| Criminal Law

Are Jurors Entitled to Have a Conscience? #CriminalDefense

Jury nullification occurs whenever a criminal jury’s collective conscience is troubled by what is deemed to be an unjust law or a truly unique set of circumstances that justify ignoring the law. In such rare cases, the jury has…more
| Criminal Law

Sometimes… Your Silence Can Convict You #CriminalDefense

Americans do not need to be taught in school that we have the right to remain silent. With the surplus of cop shows on TV, the past couple of generations have grown up hearing the famous Miranda warnings multiple times each…more
| Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

Developments in Religious Freedom and Employment Law

The First Amendment to the United States Constitution provides that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof . . .”…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law

If Your Boss Were Donald Sterling, What Could You Do? #EmploymentLawyer

As an employment law attorney I’ve been following recent events and unless you avoid sports-related news, you have heard that Donald Sterling, the coach of the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers, was recently banned for life from the…more
| Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law

Careful the Things You Say, Children Will Listen #ParentingTimeAttorney

My wife recently gave birth to our first child. Words cannot describe what it was like to first see him, hold him and care for him. Do you remember seeing your first child for the first time? Did you think about how much you…more
| Family Law

My Loved One Died and Nominated Me as Trustee – What do I do Now? #EstatePlanningAttorney

A very common scenario plays out time and time again: A parent or loved one, years ago, planning ahead (which in and of its self, is something almost 70% of American’s do not do), created a Revocable Living Trust. The Trust book…more
| Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Twitter Usage Linked with Divorce #divorcesurveysays

A new study finds a correlation between Twitter usage and relationship problems, including divorce. The more frequent the Twitter usage, the higher the likelihood of discord in the couple. The study found the same results for…more
| Family Law

How to Find the Best Divorce Lawyer in Arizona #DivorceLawyer

How do you find the best family law attorney in Arizona? While there may be a number of attorneys who might think they are the best, I doubt anyone could truly lay claim to that title. (And if anyone claims he/she is the best…more
| Family Law

Property Division in Arizona: Equitably versus Equally #DivorceLawyer

Arizona is a community property state. That basically means that both parties have control of property earned or purchased during the marriage(There are aEqual Property Division in Divorce number of exceptions to this but we’ll…more
| Family Law
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