Divorce Settlement Case Comes Back To Arizona

In May, the U.S. Supreme Court sent a case back to Arizona twice in one week. In one case, the Arizona Supreme Court ordered a veteran to compensate his ex-wife for money lost after switching part of his pension to disability benefits. The other case was very similar. The U.S. Supreme Court ordered the Arizona court to reconsider its ruling in both cases. State Versus Federal Courts These rulings happen often in Arizona. The high court has ordered the state’s … Read More

Steps to Take to Protect Yourself at Summer Parties

Summer is quickly approaching, and with that comes many summer BBQ’s, pool parties and more. And a house party is all fun way to get together without an extravagant vacation get away. It may seem like the easiest way to have some fun this summer, but remember, it’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt. In this article, we’re going to discuss the best ways to keep your guests safe at your summer get-togethers in an effort to avoid any … Read More

Court Awards AZ Vet $2.5 Million in Medical Malpractice Suit

A U.S. Army veteran was awarded $2.5 million in his medical malpractice lawsuit against the Phoenix VA. The malpractice ties back to negligent medical care in  2011, when abnormalities were found in the vet’s prostate but the nurse practitioner neglected to order further testing. Negligent Medical Care for America’s Vets After the lack of proper care, the vet found out 11 months later that he had state 4 prostate cancer and would only have a short time remaining to live. The lawsuit concluded … Read More

Arizona Ranks Average for Home Buying

In a Bankrate lineup of the easiest and hardest states to become a first-time homeowner, Arizona came in in the middle of the pack, ranking in at no.24 out of 50. The study scored states on the basis of housing affordability, the job market for young adults, housing market tightness, credit availability and homeownership among people 35-and-under. Arizona Real Estate For millennials in Arizona in the market for their first home, they can rest assured that the housing market in the state is … Read More

Tough Property Seizure Law Makes it Through Arizona Senate

The state Senate has passed a bill that would make it tougher for prosecutors and police to seize property. The new measure would require prosecutors to prove that the items they want to take as evidence were involved in the crime with “clear and convincing evidence.” This will provide a higher standard of proof before police can seize property than is currently in place. Arizona HB 2477 HB 2477 was passed unanimously by the Senate Judiciary Committee. It will now move … Read More