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Operations During Coronavirus (COVID-19)


As we continue to operate as a fully functioning law firm, our top priorities are the health and safety of our clients, staff and the community.

For your safety and the safety of others, we will be implementing the following procedures:

  • We have stopped non-essential contact and will be conducting meetings telephonically or via video conferencing.
  • If you have a currently scheduled meeting or hearing, we will contact you to make appropriate arrangements.
  • We value your trust and are here to help. Please feel free to call us at (602) 449-7980 with any questions, thank you!

**If you are dropping off documents, flat manilla envelopes, etc., please do so through the mail slot on our front door.  If you are dropping off a larger package, please ring the bell for service.  Thank you!**

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The Boston Globe Weighs In on CAPTA Compliance

The Boston Globe recently published an important article analyzing every state's compliance with Federal Child Abuse and Treatment Act of 1974 ("CAPTA"). Shockingly, the article concludes that no State is fully compliant with CAPTA's requirements. However, Arizonian's should be especially concerned because Arizona was the ONLY State that refused to share information regarding its CAPTA compliance, calling it "a time consuming, lengthy, non-value added survey."

Rumors & Mandatory Reporting: Zamora reminds us the reasonableness standard is opaque warranting caution when dealing with any allegation of abuse

Brittany Zamora has garnered nationwide attention for her nefarious sexual relationship with her 13-year-old student. Zamora recently pleaded guilty to several sexual abuse charges and is now facing a lengthy prison sentence. However, a lesser known civil suit also surfaced, claiming Zamora’s school district[1] knew about the abuse months before the parents discovered it and did nothing to intervene.[2]  Given a failure to report child abuse constitutes a class 6 felony under Arizona law,[3] we ought to be curious whether the district’s officials could be criminally liable, too.

The Misnomer of Web-Valuators: Utilizing Experts to Resolve Vehicle Value Disputes in Divorce

There is roughly one vehicle for every two Americans. The ubiquity of vehicles makes it difficult to imagine a divorce that doesn’t involve a vehicle. Regardless of whether the vehicle is a Honda Odyssey minivan or a vintage Packard that is part of an extensive car collection, utilizing a sound valuation methodology is crucial to both promote settlement and, if necessary, present compelling facts to the court.

Representation Throughout Arizona

Our office is located in North Central Phoenix, but our attorneys provide representation throughout the state, with representative cases in Pima, Pinal, Gila, Mohave, Yavapai, Coconino, and other counties.