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Dec

182014

Protecting Your Child During Divorce

Many Phoenix custody attorneys have seen the negative ramifications of a child in the cross hairs of divorce. However, conscientious parents can help shield their child from some of the negative consequences by taking the following steps. Provide Basic Necessities...

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Nov

262014

Do you charge for initial consultations?

Our bankruptcy consultations are usually free. Our family law consultations are usually $125 but sometimes are free. Our other consultations have a relatively low fee associated with them that compensates us for the valuable information and advice dispensed during those...

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Nov

262014

What kinds of clients have you represented?

Typically, my clients are middle class and upper middle class residents of Arizona who are looking for affordable and effective representation, although I have represented people from many walks of life. On occasion I've represented free of charge people who...

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Nov

262014

Do you keep up with changes in the law?

Of course; every lawyer has a duty to keep abreast of changes in his practice area. Attorneys in Arizona are required to undertake 15 hours of continuing education courses each year. This is the bare minimum. I often take more...

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Nov

262014

Which courts do you practice in most frequently?

In Arizona, there are four major Maricopa County Superior Court locations: Northeast, Downtown, Southeast, and Northwest. I practice most often in the Northeast and Downtown courthouses. I am most familiar with the judges in those courthouses. I am no stranger...

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Nov

262014

Where are you licensed to practice?

Four jurisdictions: Arizona, the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Massachusetts. I have taken and passed three bar exams on the first try. I did not need to take a bar exam for the District of Columbia law license. I simply...

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Nov

262014

What is your educational background?

I earned my bachelors degree in psychology at the University of Southern California in 1993. I earned my doctor of law degree at Southwestern University in 1996. But my education did not stop there. On a regular basis I attend...

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Nov

262014

How did you end up in your current practice areas?

I tried a wide variety of practice areas and eventually found that I was best at family law and bankruptcy cases (and of course, personal injury cases). What especially helped me was during my first few years of practice I...

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Nov

262014

Do you offer flat fees?

Yes, in bankruptcy cases we always offer flat rates. In family law cases, we do offer flat fees but only in limited situations. One such situation is if you have an “uncontested divorce.” Another is if you want us to...

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Nov

262014

What kinds of jobs and/or experiences have you had prior to or during law school that have helped prepare you for the practice of law?

I grew up in a working class neighborhood in the northeast. Consequently, I had a wide range of jobs before going to law school. At age 14 I started working for minimum wage but quickly realized that there had to...

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