INTRODUCING THE LAWGIVERS

INTRODUCING THE LAWGIVERS

Unless you have visited the United States Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C., you may be unaware of some remarkable artwork that is visible there. Constructed in the 1930s, the building was designed as a “Temple of Justice” in a neoclassical style, featuring marble friezes and sculpture that are rife with symbolism. Of particular note … Continued

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DID YOU KNOW – OVER HALF OF ALL U.S. PRESIDENTS WERE LAWYERS?

What do John Adams, Abraham Lincoln, F.D.R., Richard Nixon and Barack Obama all have in common? That is, besides being Presidents of the United States? Answer: they were all attorneys by profession before taking office. In fact, more U.S. Presidents have been attorneys by trade than any other profession. In all, 25 of the 44 … Continued

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5 Tips for Arizona Prenuptial Agreements

We sat down with knowledgeable Arizona attorneys Robert Newell and Mark Shields to discuss prenuptial agreements. Read on to learn five helpful prenup tips straight from the experts! 1. A PRENUP OR IT DIDN’T HAPPEN With divorce rates so high in today’s cynical, post-modern world, getting a prenuptial agreement (or “prenup”) may mean the difference … Continued

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So, There’s a Louisiana Law About Throwing Coconuts.

Mardi Gras festivities are a tradition in the state of Louisiana, but did you know that there are special legal codes that were written specifically for the Carnival parades? Believe it or not, flying fruits and vegetables at the parades are a substantial legal concern during this special holiday. Specifically, the issue is one of … Continued

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From Superbowl to Super Attorney

  People across the nation are scheduling tailgate parties, making travel plans and upgrading to the latest high-definition TVs in preparation for this year’s Super Bowl.  Although over 100 million viewers regularly watch the Super Bowl each year, not everyone may be aware of what happens behind the scenes once the game is over and … Continued

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Life, Law, and Running Marathons

About seven years ago, two good friends told me I should run a marathon. That’s not an easy task, you know. It’s 26.2 miles. Of running. When one friend recommended it, that was one thing. When another joined in completely separate, I figured maybe I should give it a try. So away I went. The … Continued

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40 Facts About Two Parent Families

THE AMERICAN FAMILY TODAY The “typical” American family has changed radically over the last 50 years.  American’s today are marrying later than ever before, divorcing sooner or avoiding the institution altogether.  Whereas married couples dominated the family structure in years past, only 30 percent of millennials feel that a successful marriage is an important part of life. As … Continued

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