Monthly Archives: December 2016

Know Your Rights as an Arizona Tenant

Knowing your rights as a tenant can help in any landlord disputes you may have. They can also help you be the best possible tenant and avoid any possible drama or disagreements. Communicate with your landlord in writing All communications with your landlord should be in writing. This is so you can both keep record of everything. If your landlord reaches out verbally kindly ask to continue all communications in writing. If you ever do need to go to court … Read More

Surviving the Holidays During a Divorce

Divorce can be hard, especially during the holidays. Traditions are changed and family members seem to be missing. Easing the stress of the holidays can be difficult, especially when children are involved. If you’re struggling to cope with a divorce during the holiday season, here are some ways you can ease the pain. Tips for Surviving the Holidays During a Divorce To get through the holiday season, here are some tips that may help: Don’t make any big decisions With … Read More

How Can I Negotiate Child Custody?

A child custody agreement should be one of the biggest priorities for a couple who is seeking a divorce. Getting an early start on a child custody plan is an easy way to start the negotiation process with your preferences. This article explains the things you can do to avoid conflict when negotiating a child custody plan. Negotiating a Child Custody Agreement When discussing child custody, there are several factors you should address. The more specific your plans are, the less disagreement there … Read More

5 Signs You Should File for Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy can seem scary and overwhelming, and tends to be something most people try to avoid. But in some situations bankruptcy can save you from a never ending stream of financial stress. If you’re feeling hopeless about your financial situation, bankruptcy might be the right choice for you. Signs You Should File For Bankruptcy If you’re at a crossroads and considering bankruptcy, these five warning signs will help you come to a decision. You’re living paycheck to paycheck and only … Read More

Who’s At Fault in a Left Hand Turn Accident?

Car accidents are scary, especially when they occur in an intersection. While it is typically assumed that it is always the person who turned left’s fault, there are actually a few exceptions. If you are being blamed for an accident in which you were turing left, here are steps you can take and points you can prove in order to show that the other driver was at fault. Finding Fault in a Left Hand Turn Accident The liability for left hand turn accidents … Read More