Jason Castle Named to Board of Helping Hands for Single Moms Phoenix
PHOENIX, Ariz. (03/10/2018) – Jason Castle was named to the Board of Directors of Helping Hands for Single Moms Phoenix.
Castle, a family law attorney and partner at Jaburg Wilk, said “For much of my career, I’ve worked with children and families. This is a non-profit that not only helps disadvantaged single mom pursue a college degree but also supports her family during that … Read More
Traveling with Medical Marijuana Across State Lines?
I live in Arizona and I have a medical marijuana card, is it possible to bring medicine from out of state? In recent years, two of Arizona's neighbors (Colorado and California) have changed their laws to allow adults to purchase and consume recreational marijuana legally. Arizona voters passed the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (“AMMA”) to allow qualifying patients to purchase and use … Read More
The Facts Matter
A fact is defined as a thing that is indisputably the case or a piece of information used as evidence or as part of a report or news article. This is why it is important to know the facts or check facts you hear before relying on them or passing them; don’t simply take them as true.
We live in a world where most people blindly believe what they read on the Internet or hear on television. But facts and … Read More
Carissa Seidl Named to Executive Board for The Maricopa County Bar Association Family Law Section
PHOENIX, Ariz. (2/23/2018) – Carissa Seidl was appointed to the Executive Board for the Maricopa County Bar Association Family Law Section for a two-year term.
The board is responsible for organizing and facilitating educational as well as social events for family law professionals. Additionally, it is an important forum for the exchange of ideas and … Read More
Do You Perform Well Under Pressure?
When the heat is on, how do you perform? Can you remain calm? Can you focus on the task at hand? Or do you crack under pressure? Or maybe you take out your stress on those around you? If so, you need to find ideas and tools to remain calm and focus, like Shaun White did last night.
On February 13th, I watched him win his third Olympic gold medal in the snowboard halfpipe competition in the last four … Read More
Be Persistent and Believe in Yourself
Believing in yourself sounds easy, but we all have our own insecurities to overcome in given situations. Sometimes the easiest road is to fold and not move forward. Taking the easy way generally is the path to things staying the same or getting worse, but we all say we want to do better and be successful. I think part of the reason is persistence. Some people have it and some people don’t. For those who do, … Read More
Be you. Not who you think you should be. Not what others want you to be. Be you, just you. You are not an actor or actress, you're not playing a role. If you do, you're doing yourself a disservice.
Less experienced people are more likely to embellish their experience or tell you they know something they don’t. They want others to think they know more than they do and have greater … Read More
Jaburg Wilk Partner Stephanie Fierro Named to Board
PHOENIX, Ariz. (02/2/2018) – Stephanie Fierro was named to the Board of Directors of Dress for Success Phoenix.
Fierro, a business and estate planning attorney and partner at Jaburg Wilk, said “I am very excited to join this wonderful organization as a board member. Their mission aligns with my values of supporting and empowering women.”
Dress for Success … Read More
Get Out of Your Comfort Zone
The same old, same old is the same as becoming stagnant. Said differently: don’t be a stick in the mud! Try to do something new a couple times a year to take you out of your comfort zone. What it is depends on you.
Maybe it’s trying something new, like hiking or Pilates. Maybe it’s attending a class or conference on a subject that interests you but has nothing to do with your career, … Read More
Get Enough Sleep
This seems so obvious, yet most of us don’t. You might; I know I generally don’t. I try, but so much to do and so little time…
I read something that said adults generally need at least seven hours of sleep per night until the age of 60, after which most people need more. It seems like that should be easy, but it’s not always so simple. When you are busy at work (including the time spent … Read More