Early Voting Under Attack in Arizona

In Arizona, recent laws have made it harder to vote early, including making it illegal to bring a person’s early ballot to the polls unless it’s by a family member or caretaker

Arizona’s General Effective Day

On September 29, 2021, Arizona’s “General Effective Day” (90 days after the adjournment of the legislative session) 445 new laws went into effect.

Corporate Counsel & Business Attorney

Lawsuits & Litigation in Arizona

“Every lawsuit results from somebody doing something wrong. If everybody did right, we wouldn’t need laws.” – Alan Dershowitz

Divorce Attorney and Family Law

We believe that family is what makes us who we are, and what makes life great. But it’s not always perfect, we get it. It’s important to plan for the best while preparing for the unexpected.

Personal Injury and Car Accidents

In the vast majority of personal injury and car accident cases, we represent the injured person on a contingent-fee basis. If there is no recovery, there is no attorney fee.

Living Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning

Estate planning is not just for the wealthy: everyone should have a living will. A good estate plan brings peace of mind.

The Ins and Outs of Businesses Re-Opening During the Pandemic

To keep employees and patrons safe,  the Governor has issued statewide guidelines to businesses upon their re-opening.

Bills Pending in the Arizona Legislature

Should Arizona have a lieutenant governor? A bill currently in the legislature proposes the answer is yes.

Ban on Sanctuary Cities and Ballot Harvesting Law

A ban on sanctuary cities is already on the books as a state statute, but a Republican member of the Arizona House of Representatives wants to seal the deal with a constitutional amendment.

Raising the Minimum Wage and Extending Terms in Tucson

Don Loose discusses the 2020 increase in the Arizona Minimum Wage from $11.00/hour to $12.00/hour.