Arizona state law and case law are clear that eviction cases are designed to only address the issue of possession and not any issues addressing the ownership of the property involved. The limited scope of a forcible entry and detainer action has
You’ve been contemplating looking into Arizona bankruptcy lawyers when you wonder, “What is bankruptcy exactly? And how can it help me?” If you’re contemplating bankruptcy you no doubt have some questions. Below, we’re going to answer the most common questions about bankruptcy.
One of our most frequently asked questions is the following: can you discharge your student loan debt in bankruptcy? Normally, the answer is no. However; it could potentially change. While it is difficult to discharge student loan debt in bankruptcy,
1. WHAT IS A PRODUCTS LIABILITY CLAIM? Defective or dangerous products cause thousands of deaths and injuries every year. “Product liability law” refers to the law involving manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, and others who enter products into “stream of commerce” who
If you’re asking yourself, “Do I need an Arizona bankruptcy attorney?” you’ve come to the right place. Below we go into detail on filing for bankruptcy in Arizona, your options when filing, and what to consider when looking for an
If you’re considering filing for bankrupcty, it’s important to know your options: Chapter 13 Bankruptcy – “Wage earners” bankruptcy Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – “Liquidation” bankruptcy Yes, there are different types of bankruptcy. Which one is best for you is determined
Arizona landlords have the legal right to periodically enter their property. The law does not place limitations on why landlords want to enter the property. However, entering a rental property is a right with limitations and should not be used as a form of harassment
Are you considering personal bankruptcy, but are worried about how it will impact your spouse? Read on below to find out exactly how personal bankruptcy can affect the finances of a married couple. Is bankruptcy a good idea for you?
In Arizona, certain home owners are free to stop making payments their home and walk away from it with no financial recourse against them. These people are protected by what is commonly known as Arizona’s Anti-Deficiency Statutes. Protection for residential
As an Arizona State Bar Certified Specialist in family law matters in Arizona, an issue that arises from time to time is the contest over the frozen embryos that have been stored for various reasons. Just recently, Arizona Governor Doug