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Here are some tips on how to avoid being a fraud victim
Thriving in a workplace oriented around the capabilities of able-bodied individuals is challenging enough without facing issues related to discrimination, but alas, workplace bias against disabled persons remains a common occurrence in American society.
If you became incapacitated, who would pay your bills, protect your assets and obtain long-term care and government benefits for you? The most common answer is: “I have joint bank accounts with my spouse or children, so they can handle all of that.”
Though many people believe that they will take home a greater sum if they try to settle their personal injury claims without paying a lawyer's fee, in reality this is seldom the case.
Wills, living trusts to avoid probate and power of attorneys are important. Guardinships and Conservatorships may be necessary. Income Qualifying Trusts for Medicaid may be necessary. Veterans and surviving spouses may be entitled to V.A. Aid and Attendance.
Identifying and dealing with speaking objections in the courtroom
Attorneys Fees as a Sanction for Frivolous Conduct
One of the most frequent questions we receive at the beginning of our potential relationship with a client is "Does your firm offer free consultations?" In this article, we explain our position.
Morgan McCain is an associate attorney with My AZ Lawyers, PLC. His practice areas include bankruptcy law, estate planning and probate law. He is admitted to practice law in all state and federal courts in Arizona.
An article outlining the responsibility of the Bar to come to the aid of the community in times of disaster and suggesting that service of this nature is, in essence, the evolution of professionalism.