Jaburg Wilk


  • Jaburg Wilk Welcomes Family Law Attorney

    PHOENIX, Ariz. (Jan. 21, 2016)- The law firm of Jaburg & Wilk, P.C. announced that Carissa K. Seidl, a 2015 Southwest Super Lawyers Rising Star selectee and a 2015 Top 10 Best Family Lawyer has  joined the family law practice group. 

    Seidl has more than ten years’ experience providing legal services to individuals needing advice and guidance to resolve or litigate family law issues including … Read More

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  • Can I Appeal A Bankruptcy?

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    Can you appeal a bankruptcy?

    You can appeal an order from bankruptcy court just like you can appeal an order from a civil court. There are certainly some important differences. The main difference is the very short time period for appeal.

    What can I appeal in a bankruptcy?

    The kinds of things that are appealed from a bankruptcy court will typically involve whether or not someone was granted … Read More

  • What is a Deposition?

    By David Allen

    If you find yourself involved in a lawsuit, either as a party plaintiff, defendant or as a material witness, it very likely that at some point during the course of the case, you will be asked to submit to a deposition.  Being told that your deposition has been scheduled may elicit the same reaction as your dentist telling you that you need a root canal, or the IRS notifying you that you are … Read More

  • Why You Should Never Combine Business and Personal Assets


    Many people confuse asset protection planning with estate planning.  The purpose of an estate plan is to distribute your assets after your death.  It does not protect your assets while you are alive.  Protection from creditors depends on how you hold your assets.  

    Never Combine Business & Personal Assets

    Business assets should never be held together with … Read More

  • What is an ego?

    By definition, an ego is a person’s sense of self-esteem or self-importance.

    To have an ego is essential to our very makeup. It will define who we are and how we connect with others. Ego becomes an issue when it becomes overpowering.

    Everyone has an ego, whether big or small. The way we display that ego will significantly impact our relationships with one another and the outside world. It also affects our … Read More

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  • Can I sell my house while my divorce is pending?

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    Can I sell my house while the divorce is pending?

    If the other party agrees, then yes, you can. However, if they are not in agreement you cannot. It’s important that everyone reads and understands the document filed with the court. Specifically, the preliminary injunctions that are filed with the initial petition for dissolution of marriage. Often the petitioner (the person filing) … Read More

  • Time for an annual "checkup" for you and your company

    By Neal Bookspan

    Last year, many of you probably read my business law blog regarding having a checkup for you and your business. This does not involve the doctor, but it does involve all the other professionals in your personal and business life. Since that time, I decided to make this topic an annual tradition. This is based in part on the range of feedback I received last year.

    Some of you said "What a great … Read More

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  • Jaburg Wilk delivers truckload of winter items for dogs and cats

    PHOENIX, Ariz. (Dec. 21, 2015) – During the month of December, Jaburg Wilk held a drive for HALO Animal Rescue and the Arizona Humane Society. 

    Jaburg Wilk employees were asked to bring in gently used items that could help dogs and cats stay warm during the winter.  The bed of a full size pick-up truck was filled with blankets, dog beds, towels and toys and they were delivered to Halo Animal Rescue … Read More

    Categories: News Release

  • Do What You Say You’re Going to Do

    By Leslie Rakestraw

    #7 Honor Commitments. Do what you say you’re going to do, when you say you’re going to do it. If a commitment can’t be fulfilled, notify others early and agree upon a new commitment to be honored.

    I chose this principle because my life used to be completely out of balance on this. Of course I showed up for depositions, court hearings and office meetings. How can you be in … Read More

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  • Disability Discrimination in the Workplace

    The Americans with Disabilities Act, as Amended ("ADA"), and the Arizona Civil Rights Act ("ACRA") require employers with 15 or more employees to provide "reasonable accommodations" to employees with a qualifying "disability." The ADA and ACRA define a "disability" as any physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of a person's major life activities. Common examples of major life … Read More