We are often asked this question. Most of the time, the answer is “yes.” Peoples’ instincts are usually correct. When something happens that seems wrong, in most cases there can be a legal remedy. However, this question is a bad one and does not lead to a helpful answer. A better question is “do I have a case that is worth pursuing in court?” When this question is asked, most of the time the answer is “no”. Obtaining answers to…
The term lawsuit has come to have a negative connotation, however, there are many reasons to file a lawsuit that are non-confrontational. Lawsuits can be filed to get a clear title to sell a house, or to open a probate to distribute the estate of a deceased loved one. Sometimes however, disputes do arise, and whether a lawsuit is being commenced or defended against, many questions undoubtedly arise. While this article is by no means all inclusive, it is meant…
Polygamy is the marriage to more than one person at a time, whether legally or spiritually, and it is currently illegal in all 50 states. The Arizona Constitution prohibits polygamous legal marriages, therefore making such marriages void (having no legal or binding effect). Let’s look at the relationship between Ryan, Amy and Sara to see how they are effected. (Ryan, Amy and Sara are fictitious characters for the purposes of this article, but their situation is not as rare as…
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