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Making sure you have your affairs in order  Like you, all of us at Brown Family Law Group are deeply concerned about the impact of COVID-19 on the well-being of our family and friends, our clients, fellow members of the legal community and other associates. We also recognize the unique challenges we are facing to keep moving forward during these unprecedented time. Brown Family Law Group is fully operational and ready to help you now.…
Making sure you have your affairs in order Like you, all of us at Brown Family Law Group are deeply concerned about the impact of COVID-19 on the well-being of our family and friends, our clients, fellow members of the legal community and other associates. We also recognize the unique challenges we are facing to keep moving forward during these unprecedented time. Brown Family Law Group is fully operational and ready to help you now.…
Unfortunately, Arizona is one of the worst states in the Union regarding pedestrian accidents per capita every year, year in year out. In pedestrian accidents, a lot of times people don’t think about hiring a lawyer. But if you’re not at fault, you can certainly talk to a lawyer and find out what your rights are. If you’re involved in an accident involving a pedestrian and a motor vehicle, make sure that you: call the…
Under Arizona law, if you are attacked or bitten by a dog, the law says that the dog owner is held strictly liable for the attack. That means that they can’t have an excuse or say that they didn’t know that their dog was violent, or they didn’t know their dog bit people. If you’re attacked by a dog, Arizona law requires the dog owner to take care of your injuries, which sometimes can be…
Over the last several years, the number of accidents involving a motor vehicle striking a bicycle has been on the rise, and in Arizona especially so. If you’re involved in a bicycle-motor vehicle accident, there are certain things you need to remember. First, you want to call the police, if you can, so that a report is taken. Take lots of photographs of the accident scene, the vehicle, the bike. Seek medical care. And call…
Referrals are the lifeblood of any small business, especially small law offices. Frankly, we could not survive without referrals as we do not advertise. We succeed by doing good work for people at reasonable prices and hopefully our firm name gets out by word of mouth. Having practiced law for thirty years now, I have had referrals from a wide variety of sources. These sources include: current clients, former clients, family members, other lawyers in…
Complimentary Referrals MOST UNUSUAL, BUT COMPLIMENTARY, REFERRALS Referrals are the lifeblood of any small business, especially small law offices. Frankly, we could not survive without referrals as we do not advertise. We survive, by doing good work for people at reasonable prices and hopefully our firm name gets out by word of mouth.  Having practiced law for thirty years now, I have had referrals from a wide variety of sources. These sources include: current clients,…
Doing business in the midst of a pandemic is unchartered territory. Despite the difficulties and concerns brought on by Covid-19, it remains each attorney’s primary ethical duty to protect the interests of their client. This essentially means to stay in regular and frequent contact with your clients and not let anything fall through the cracks. Under the current circumstances, we at Brown Personal Injury Law as well as Brown Family Law Group recognize this duty…
Doing business in the midst of a pandemic is unchartered territory  Despite the difficulties and concerns brought on by Covid-19, it remains each attorney’s primary ethical duty to protect the interests of their client. This essentially means to stay in regular and frequent contact with your clients and not let anything fall through the cracks.  Under the current circumstances, we at Brown Personal Injury Law as well as Brown Family Law Group recognize this duty…
Adult Children and Legal Documents Here’s a question that most parents don’t often consider: With adult children heading off to college and/or into the workplace, what legal documents do I need?  Upon reaching his or her 18th birthday, your child is legally an adult in Arizona and in most states. This means that you no longer have the right to make certain decisions that you always have made before and obtain information on your child’s…