Before you file for bankruptcy in Arizona, it’s important to understand the potential long-term consequences it may have on your finances. On the one hand, bankruptcy may be the fresh start you’ve been looking for, helping you to discharge outstanding debts or save your home from foreclosure. On the other hand, though, there are some […]
If you’ve been charged with a crime or suspect that you may be soon, now is the time to learn more about what happens when you’re facing criminal charges and how to ensure that you are justly represented. Read on to have your questions answered by the award-winning Arizona criminal defense attorneys at Lerner and Rowe Law Group.
The best way to avoid being arrested for DUI is to drink or consume substances like recently-legalized recreational marijuana responsibly. However, if you are pulled over by law enforcement this St. Patrick’s Day, it’s crucial that you behave appropriately. If you do find yourself stopped by police after a night of celebrating, don’t press your luck—contact a Phoenix DUI attorney as soon as possible.
Filing for bankruptcy in Arizona can be a lengthy legal process, one that requires a comprehensive understanding of bankruptcy law, extensive paperwork, and thorough organization of your finances and debts. In most cases, filing for bankruptcy is significantly easier with the help of an Arizona bankruptcy lawyer. However, it is technically possible (although not necessarily […]
Often after someone is arrested in Arizona, the next step involves being taken into custody by law enforcement. How long a person will remain in police custody depends on if and when authorities charge them with a crime. At this point, you can be arrested but not charged, a situation which presents something of a […]
The legalities of marijuana use changed dramatically with Arizona Prop 207. Now signed into law, Prop 207 (also known as the Smart and Safe Act) has legalized (“decriminalized”) the use of marijuana for recreational purposes. To help you understand what the law does and doesn’t do, the criminal defense attorneys at Lerner and Rowe Law […]
According to the National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA), 170,000 to 250,000 Arizona renters are at risk of being evicted due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. With the state’s unemployment rate at nearly 8% and a little over two months left of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) extended eviction moratorium, thousands […]
Lerner and Rowe Law Group is here to help answer any questions you have regarding stimulus payments and filing for bankruptcy in Arizona.
For the sixth year in a row, Lerner & Rowe Law Group was voted Best of Our Valley criminal defense and bankruptcy law firms in AZ Foothill reader’s poll.
Steer clear of a New Year’s Eve DUI with these tips from the criminal defense lawyers at Lerner and Rowe Law Group.