Jaburg Wilk

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  • Who Can Issue a Stop Notice?

    Video Transcript:

    What is a Stop Notice?

    A stop notice is a statutory form of notice that is a very powerful remedy for contractors and suppliers to ensure payment. Think of a stop notice much like a mechanics lien, except that instead of placing an encumbrance on real property, a stop notice places an encumbrance on money. It freezes the flow of money, usually from the lender, or from an owner, if it's owner … Read More

    Categories: Construction, Blog

  • What If an Arizona Employer Won’t Pay Wages?

    If you are working for an Arizona employer and feel that you have not been paid all of the wages you are owed, there are several things you need to know. 

    First, what kind of wages are you owed? Minimum wages? Overtime wages? Ordinary wages? The difference matters because different agencies have jurisdiction to address these claims.   

    If you believe you are owed minimum wages, you can file a … Read More

    Categories: Employment, Article

  • Try New Things and Hold Yourself Accountable

    It’s the first full week of a new year. I hadn’t decided what to write about when I saw a great quote from Anthony Bourdain. The last part of the quote caught my attention. He said “Open your mind. Get up off the couch. Move.”

    Given his television show and how he lived his live, he may be referring to traveling and new experiences. I read the quote expansively. I read it to say to be … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • What is an Appraisal?

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    Most first-party homeowners policies contain an appraisal provision. An appraisal provision is something that allows the insured and the insurer to resolve a difference about the amount of a particular loss.

    Most of these appraisal provisions have some common provisions. One, either party may invoke the appraisal provision by making a written request for appraisal. Two, within 20 days of that … Read More

    Categories: Insurance Litigation, Blog

  • Close is Not Good Enough When it Comes to Real Estate Commissions

    One of the most basic real estate laws, which all agents have drilled into them from the time that they first start studying to become an agent, is that all agreements for the payment of real estate commissions must fully comply with the statutory requirements for such agreements. Of course, having that knowledge does not necessarily stop agents, under certain circumstances, from failing to strictly adhere to the … Read More

  • What Will Happen at My Mediation?

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    A mediation is an opportunity for you to try to resolve your dispute by discussion, negotiation, and not having a decision forced down your throat. Usually a mediator will split you up at some point in the process. Sometimes we'll start all together, us and the other side in the same room. Sometimes it's important to hear a little bit about what they have to say. A lot of times at mediation, it's a … Read More

    Categories: Business & Corporate, News Release

  • Jaburg Wilk Selected as 2018 Best Places to Work

    PHOENIX, Ariz. (12/21/2018) – The Phoenix Business Journal announced their choices of the  2018 Best Places to Work companies.  Jaburg Wilk was honored in the small employer category. 

    The program recognizes companies with excellent employee morale, high employee engagement and retention.  The majority of a company’s employees need to participate in a … Read More

    Categories: News Release

  • Time for Your Annual Checkup 2019

    Over the past few years if you have read my blog, you may have read about having a checkup for you and - if you have one - your business. This does not involve the doctor, but it does involve all the other professionals in your personal and business life. Based on the feedback that I receive each year, I have decided to make this topic an annual tradition.

    Some of you said, “What a great idea. I am … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Success

    As we head into the end of the year it is a good time to reflect on the past year and plan for the coming year. Was your 2018 a success? If not, will you have goals and a plan in place to try to reach those goals for 2019? Whether your year was or was not a success, have you ever thought about how you define success?

    We all look at success differently. For one person it may be to earn the most money they can. For … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Five Tips to Avoid Holiday Parenting Time Issues

    Holiday parenting time issues are extremely common.  They often create strong emotional responses from each parent because not only is it their parenting time, but also it frequently includes extended family members visiting or who have traveled to see the children. The holidays are stressful enough without parenting time issues and an ounce of prevention can go a long way towards reducing or eliminating … Read More

    Categories: Family Law, Article