Monthly Archives: April 2019

DIY Divorce

Arizona Divorce

I created this guide for people who are considering handling the divorce process alone. While it may seem like the most practical and money saving choice for you right now, that will only be true after you successfully avoid all the mistakes you’ll read about here. Failing to avoid the 12 mistakes most people make […]

Joint Legal Decision-Making Co-Exists with One Parent’s Final Say on Child’s Medical Care

Child Custody

Hybrid child custody orders where parents are awarded joint legal decision-making with one parent granted final say in the event they cannot agree after consultation and good faith effort is common practice in Arizona. Awarding final say to one parent does not convert joint authority into sole legal decision-making as to child’s medical, mental health, […]

Arizona DUI with Autopilot Doing the Driving

DUI

What if these had been fully automated vehicles (level 4 or 5) with intoxicated or impaired individuals inside, who had voluntarily relinquished actual physical control? And if the impaired individual inside is a mere passenger, then who should be held responsible for injuries to others and damages caused? These issues need to be sorted out […]