Monthly Archives: April 2016

What Can you Write off with Bankruptcy?

Debt is something that is all too far familiar to most Americans. But what options do you have when it keeps piling up with no end in sight. Debt can be overwhelming and seem never ending, so what’s the best way to resolve it? Many people turn to bankruptcy to write off their debts, but what does this actually mean, and can really be written off? Chapter 7 versus chapter 13 bankruptcy In chapter 7 bankruptcy, people are able to … Read More

Best Waterparks Around the Valley

Living in the Valley of the Sun and figuring out how to have fun while staying cool in the summer is an ongoing quest. Luckily for both Arizonans and visitors, the Valley offers some the best waterpark options where you can take your kids to cool off and do something exciting. Find out which waterparks you don’t want to miss out on this summer. Wet ‘n’ Wild Water Park in Phoenix, Arizona Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix is one of the … Read More

How the Maricopa County Lawyer Referral System Works

Many people come across the problem of needing a lawyer, but they don’t know where to find the best one for their case. The Lawyer Referral System was established to help clients find attorneys that work best for their specific needs. Started by the Maricopa County Bar Association with many years of experience, the board works to help you find the lawyer you are looking for. There are over 250 attorneys in the network that hope to find the perfect … Read More

What is the Best Way to Handle a Boundary Dispute?

Boundary line disputes can be complicated, but it’s best to try to resolve them in a peaceful manner. After all, you do have to live next to them. So what’s the best way to try to keep a property dispute civil? Know where your property line is Before bringing the issue to your neighbor, find your settlement papers. They should contain a plat that will have a drawing that shows where your property line is. If you can’t find your … Read More

What Happens in a Probate?

Probate is the legal process of transferring a person’s property and resolving their debts after their death. Probates are handled by the state’s probate court and typically involve four steps: swearing in a representative, notifying heirs, creditors and the public, inventorying the property and distributing the estate. Swearing in a representative This person is usually named in the will and is the one designated to be in charge of the estate. If there is no designated representative the court will … Read More