New Arizona Bill Focuses on In Vitro Fertilization Embryos

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) has been a benefit to many couples. The process includes freezing embryos for later use. However, when a couple with waiting embryos splits up, questions arise about who, if anyone, has access to those embryos. A new bill introduced in Arizona may add strange difficulties to this already complicated situation. Recent...

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University Arrest Rates Highlight The Need for Campus Safety Efforts

Attending four years of college can be stressful for many young adults in Arizona. The heap of classwork and complex exams can keep students on edge. Some Arizona college students find relief in social gatherings and activities. However, when those activities get out of hand because of alcohol, drugs and violence, students could make ill-advised...

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Estate Planning Helps Arizona Families

Death is an uncomfortable topic, one many would rather avoid as long as possible. However, failing to make preparations for yourself puts a great deal of trouble on your family during an already incredibly painful time. This situation will arise, and those you love will need to deal with it. You have the opportunity now...

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Immigration Conference Meets in Arizona

In December, representatives from immigration advocacy groups across the country convened in Phoenix for the tenth annual National Immigrant Integration Conference. The conference is an attempt to bring various advocacy groups and immigrant communities together in a place where they can learn from one another and work together to advance their common cause. According to...

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Tax Evasion Carries Heavy Consequences

The IRS is a powerful department within the United States government, as it is their job to collect the funds needed to finance the programs and services of the nation. It comes as no surprise that the IRS will use all the tools at their disposal to collect taxes owed, including the courts. The tax...

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Law Enforcement Cracking Down on DUIs this Holiday Season

The Governor’s Office is giving troopers a boost Arizona is cracking down on drunk driving this holiday season. Every year, more people drive drunk between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day than during any other time of the year. The Arizona Governor’s Office for Highway Safety has given troopers in Phoenix an additional $35,000 in federal...

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How Mesa Parents Can Work Together to Create Effective Parenting Plans

One of the most difficult tasks of the divorce process is creating custody arrangements. An effective co-parenting agreement must serve the best interests of the child, while also protecting each parent’s legal rights to custody. This is a complicated and emotional process. By relying on the experience of an attorney, parents can access creative solutions...

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