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Common Statute of Limitations Exceptions in Arizona

Speak With a Phoenix Serious Injuries Lawyer Today If you’ve been injured due to the negligence, recklessness, or intentional misconduct of another party, then Arizona law may give you a right to sue and recover compensation for your various losses.  … Continue reading

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Arizona Trustee Sales, Foreclosures and Short Sales

As an Arizona attorney I have been involved in thousands of Arizona trustee sales. Never do a short sale, deed in lieu of foreclosure, allow a trustee’s sale, or a foreclosure to go forward without first obtaining both legal and … Continue reading

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Arizona utility reveals battery deals that give California a run for its money

Enlarge / A switch yard that receives electricity from photovoltaic solar panels in Yuma County, Arizona. (credit: Joshua Lott/Bloomberg via Getty Images) Last week, Arizona Public Service (APS) announced that it would procure 850 megawatts (MW) of battery storage by … Continue reading

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Protect Yourself During a Divorce in Arizona | Hildebrand Law, PC

Protecting Yourself During a Divorce in Arizona It is an unfortunate reality that many happy marriages end with a contested divorce. It is important for anyone going through a divorce to learn about protecting yourself during a divorce in Arizona. … Continue reading

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Arizona State’s Ekmark, seeking wins on and off the court

When Courtney Ekmark is at basketball practice or leading her team to victories on the basketball court, her focus is on getting the team to the NCAA Final Four. The moment she steps off the court, she focuses on her … Continue reading

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