Jaburg Wilk


  • Listen Fully and Then Question Respectfully

    We live in a world of entrenched people and positions. Right now, you may be thinking of politics and similar high-level issues, but I am not. I’m considering this on a day-to-day level in relation to your work and personal lives in how you deal with people on any topic. For me it’s about my clients and whom I have to deal with on their behalf.

    I certainly deal with entrenched people and positions … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • 2021 Amendments to Arizona‚Äôs Homestead Statute Confused Yet?

    There has been a good amount of commentary regarding Arizona House Bill 2617, which amends the Arizona Homestead Statute, and related statutes, effective January 1, 2022. Despite what appears to be the consensus, the Bill is not primarily anti-consumer, and has significant redeeming qualities. On the other hand, the statutory amendments raise a host of new questions and uncertainties, creating a likelihood of … Read More

    Categories: Collections, Litigation, Real Estate, Article

  • Deliver Outstanding Advice

    Delivering outstanding advice to your client or customer is what you should strive for. My firm has defined its culture and “Deliver Outstanding Legal Advice” is fundamental #1 of the JW Way. Without this, nothing else we do matters because this is central to why clients hire us. The same is true of your clients or customers no matter the nature of your business.

    To achieve the goal of delivering … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Jaburg Wilk Expands Family Law Practice

    PHOENIX, Ariz. (September 28, 2021) - The law firm of Jaburg Wilk announced that Philomena “Mena” Patiño joined the firm as an attorney in its family law group. Before joining Jaburg Wilk, Mena represented clients in family law matters at Scottsdale family law firm. She has represented clients with divorces, child custody issues, and post-decree modifications.

    “I’m excited that Mena … Read More

    Categories: Family Law, News Release

  • Tips for Collecting What You Are Owed

    1. Make sure you have what you need from the start

    Take advantage of all information needed to collect at the time the loan is made or the services are provided, including obtaining a security interest in collateral. Remember, the borrower or customer wants your money or services and will be cooperative at this point. Information to obtain at this time includes social security numbers, place of employment, copies … Read More

    Categories: Collections, Article

  • Do the Right Thing, Always

    I recently heard someone on a podcast say part of why he thinks his children have grown up to be good young adults included ingraining in them the idea of “doing the right thing, even if it sucks.” Many times, doing the right thing is easy (and some people still choose doing the wrong thing). Other times it is hard.

    In my work, an example is when a calendaring or similar mistake is made and may … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Follow Your Dream?

    Dreams are great. They can sustain us through hard times or hard work. They can lift us up and let us down. We can learn from them whether or not they are realized. Have you followed any dreams in your life? Most dreams die. When this happens to you, what is your reaction? Does it drag you down or paralyze you? If so, you need to rethink how to look at failure; you just need to find another dream.

    I know I’ … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Jaburg Wilk Partner Pepe Named to National Leadership Positions

    PHOENIX, Ariz. (09/17/2021) – Micalann C. Pepe was recently appointed to several leadership positions in the American Bar Association Tort & Trial Insurance Practice Section.

    For the 2021-2022 ABA Leadership year, Pepe was named as:

    Membership Vice Chair: Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee

    Diversity Vice Chair: Property Insurance Committee

    Vice Chair: Self-Insurers and Risk Managers Committee … Read More

    Categories: Insurance Litigation, News Release

  • Make Mistakes and Move On

    We all make mistakes. Regularly. Do you think about what happened and try to learn from them, or do you beat yourself up? Or does it depend on the mistake and what and who it affected? Next time you make a mistake, take a step back and think how you prevent such a mistake from happening again.

    The cycle of beating yourself up does no good. It wastes time, which is a precious commodity. It also can be a vicious … Read More

    Categories: Blog

  • Jaburg Wilk Partner, Garner, is Panelist at State Bar of Arizona Webinar

    Lauren Garner is panelist at the State Bar of Arizona Probate Mediations Webinar.

    What: Probate Mediations – Getting to a Signed Settlement Agreement

    Exploration of factors that lead to a successful mediation

    Timing of the mediation

    Selection of the right mediator

    Preparing your clients and the mediator

    Awareness of possible experts or needed resources

    Understanding how different personalities may … Read More

    Categories: Probate Litigation, Seminars