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One reason many people and businesses choose to mediate their disputes is because mediation promises confidentiality. Confidentiality in mediation is protected by Arizona law (A.R.S. § 12-2238). In addition, most mediators also require a separate Confidentiality Agreement signed by all … Continue reading
Family law mediation process explained in Arizona. Use a mediator in AZ to complete your divorce. Continue reading
There are so many reasons to mediate your dispute, rather than litigate it. Below are the reasons environmentally aware people would want to mediate: 1. You will save trees. Litigation often requires a lot of paper. I have had litigated … Continue reading
Arizona Mediation – An Alternative To Litigating Your Divorce Everyone has heard about the nightmares associated with divorce litigation: huge attorney and expert fees, aggressive letters from the opposing attorney, and endless requests for documents and information about your private … Continue reading
In this economy, few Arizona businesses can afford the high cost of litigation. It is generally quite expensive to hire attorney in Phoenix. Further, a lost lawsuit can result in a big judgment against a business. The person or entity … Continue reading
If you have custody orders through the Arizona courts, you cannot move with the common children out of state, or even over 100 miles in state, absent an agreement or a Court Order. If the other parent contests the move, … Continue reading
When couples accrue property during the Arizona marriage in any way other than gift or inheritance(community property), they need an effective manner to divide that property during the divorce. Arizona law requires an “equitable” (near equal) division of community property. … Continue reading