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2015 Changes To Bankruptcy Law

By Platt & Westby, P.C. | November 25, 2015

Updates in Bankruptcy Law

How Do the Recent Changes in the Real Estate Loan Anti-Deficiency Laws Apply to You?

By Platt & Westby, P.C. | November 6, 2015

Anti-Deficiency laws have been updated, learn how they affect you and your loan.

Avoiding Liability When It Comes To Your Spouse’s Sole And Separate Premarital Debt

By Platt & Westby, P.C. | October 30, 2015

Avoiding debt belonging to your spouse before marriage.

What Are The Legal Requirements Of A Will In Arizona?

By Platt & Westby, P.C. | October 23, 2015

Creating a Will in Arizona

Can I Change My Will?

By Platt & Westby, P.C. | September 25, 2015

Changing your will in Arizona.

Tax Lien Enforcement Is Complicated By Bankruptcy

By Platt & Westby, P.C. | September 11, 2015

Problems can arise when filing for Bankruptcy.

Can My Will Appoint A Guardian For My Minor Children?

By Platt & Westby, P.C. | July 29, 2015

Appointing a guardian for your children in Arizona. This is the person who will take care of them if anything should happen to you.

Arizona’s Laws Regarding Elder Abuse

By Platt & Westby, P.C. | June 29, 2015

Elder abuse, neglect and exploitation are a constant and growing problem in Arizona due, in part, to the high number of retirees attracted to our State. Whether it is abuse by a healthcare professional, a caretaker or a family member of the senior reporting the signs of abuse is paramount in combating this problem. The information above should serve as an introductory guide on how to spot signs of this problem that is of great concern to our entire community.

How To Live With A Homeowner’s Association

By Platt & Westby, P.C. | June 5, 2015

Homeowner’s Associations have a bad reputation. Here are some tips on getting the most out of your HOA and maximizing the value of your home.

Homestead and Judgment Lien Exemption

By Platt & Westby, P.C. | May 8, 2015

When a Judgment has been recorded, the general rule is that it attaches as a Judgment lien to all real property then owned or later acquired by the Judgment debtor. A judgment lien will usually need to be cleared by payment or otherwise before the real property can be sold or refinanced. Arizona, however, has traditionally protected homeowners. In Arizona a judgment lien does not attach to a person’s home. The rules are set forth in Arizona law as follows:…