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  • Guidelines to Dealing with Children During Your Divorce

    Divorce is not just stressful on the parents, but can also create a great deal of uncertainty and confusion in your children.  The behavior of parents before and after divorce has a critical impact on the emotional adjustment of their children.  The following guidelines should be helpful:

    Put your children's welfare first.  Never use your children as a weapon against your spouse.

    Be sure your … Read More

    Categories: Family Law, Article

  • Listening is More Than Simply "Not Speaking"

    JW Way #5  Listen Fully.  Listening is more than simply "not speaking."  Give others your undivided attention.  Set aside your own judgments and preconceived notions.  Listen with focus.  Most importantly, listen to understand. 

    Listening fully may be one of the best gifts you can give your client, colleagues, friends, family and yourself.  It is a powerful tool.   … Read More

    Categories: Other

  • How do I 'Take Title' When Acquiring Real Estate?

    While it is true that you most often cannot tell much about a book by its title, the same does not hold true when it comes to real estate, as how title is held to real estate, does tell you a lot.  The question faced by a person acquiring real estate in Arizona concerning how they wish to take title is usually posed to them by their real estate agent or by the title company during the escrow process.   & … Read More

    Categories: Real Estate, Article

  • Protect Your Writings with Maria Crimi Speth

    PHOENIX, Ariz. (Jan. 22, 2015)- Join Maria Crimi Speth, Intellectual Property attorney at Jaburg Wilk and author of Protect Your Writings for an informative presentation about laws affecting writers and their creative work on Saturday, January 31st from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at city of Glendale's 20th annual Chocolate Affaire located at 58th Ave. and Glendale Ave.

    Attendees will learn about the laws … Read More

    Categories: Intellectual Property, News Release

  • Frequently Forgotten Divorce Asset

    Loss carry-forward is a frequently forgotten asset in divorces.  Whether the loss arises from the operation of a business (Net Operating Loss) or sale of stocks (capital loss), it is a valuable asset which may be used to offset either future income or capital gains.

    Currently, the Internal Revenue Code restricts claiming capital losses in excess of capital gains up to $3,000. However, since losses can be … Read More

    Categories: Family Law

  • Why Embracing Change is Important

    By Sharon Kuller and Jill Kubek

    "If you don't like something change it; if you can't change it, change the way you think about it."   ~Mary Engelbreit

    Change – for some a "four letter word".  Change can create fear, uncertainty, and doubt.  It is an emotional experience.  Many of us approach change with a negative view, ignoring the positive growth that may come. Change happens every … Read More

    Categories: Other

  • How Does Debt Work in a Divorce?

    Divorce includes the division of assets and debts. Frequently, it is easier to divide assets than to divide debts. Both credit (including store) cards and mortgages present unique problems when divorcing.

    Creditors, such as banks and lending institutions, are not bound by the terms and conditions of a divorce decree and property settlement agreement. The third party lender considers both borrowers to be … Read More

    Categories: Family Law, Family Law, Article

  • Phoenix Attorney Appointed Vice Chair of SARRC

    PHOENIX, Ariz. (Jan. 5, 2015)- Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk Managing Partner Gary Jaburg has been appointed Vice Chair of the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC), effective January 1, 2015.

    Gary joined SARRC after attending its annual breakfast seven years ago, where he discovered the large impact SARRC makes on those affected with autism. He has been a member of the Board of Directors … Read More

    Categories: News Release