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In Arizona, it is illegal to operate or drive a motorized vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs. According to Arizona's DUI laws, a person is legally presumed too impaired to drive if their blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is .08% or higher. Any driver apprehended driving with a BAC at or above the legal limit will be promptly arrested for DUI.

If you have experienced this and have been arrested, it is wisest to promptly contact a seasoned DUI attorney with the requisite experience and legal skills to successfully defend you in court. Call Kuipers Law PLLC at 602.638.3790 today for a free consultation with a seasoned criminal attorney.
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Most people facing Felony Charges in Maricopa County are seriously concerned. They ought to be. This county is one of the more conservative in the country, and rigorously apply the criminal code. In Arizona, a felony case begins with an initial appearance. At this hearing, the defendant is notified of the charges against them, and the opportunity to bond out is discussed and possibly decided by the court. After this initial appearance, felony cases proceed to a preliminary hearing. This preliminary hearing is quite similar to a grand jury indictment because it is a hearing to determine if there is probable cause. However, there is one large distinction differentiating this preliminary hearing from a grand jury indictment, where generally only the prosecution presents evidence: this hearing is conducted before a judge, with witnesses, defendant and defense attorney present. The judge makes an independent determination whether or not there is probable cause, and if there is not, the case is promptly dismissed.

When your life, your freedom, and your family is on the line, trust the experienced Phoenix criminal law attorneys who listen. Call [602] 638-3790 for a free consultation today!

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While especially in Family Law, there are sometimes no "winners," my legal team strives to utilize all the resources at our disposal to achieve your legal objective efficiently, dependably, and on budget.

Sometimes when you think all is lost, that your life and your family are in turmoil, and that you don't know where to turn, you need a dispassionate professional who is dedicated towards calmly achieving your objective, regardless of the time necessary to accomplish it. Call (602) 638-3790 today or contact us on-line at:
http://www.KuipersLaw.com for a free consultation.

We are dedicated towards accomplishing YOUR OBJECTIVE.

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Arizona law now reflects a public policy that parenting time is optimally to be 50-50 between parents. This means that when courts and judges consider how to allocate children's time with each parent, they are to begin with the presumption that it should be split 50-50. After that, other factors come into play to determine and convince a court how to deviate from that time split. At Kuipers Law, PLLC, we strive to protect your right to see your child and parent them, and our experienced team utilizes all the legal and investigative tools available to ensure that your child's best interest: their safety, health, education, and over-all happiness. Call Kuipers Law at 602.638.3790 for a free consultation with a dependable attorney today or visit http://www.kuiperslaw.com/ for more information.

Many folks are confused by the different terms used by lawyers and courts in family law. That really is understandable: terminology seems to change each year. When choosing an attorney, make sure you find one who both understands, and can explain thoroughly to you, the changing definitions. At Kuipers Law PLLC, we strive to always accomplish both.

For instance: legal decision-making includes the right to make decisions about your child (this may be called legal custody in other states) and the right to have your child live with you (this may be called physical custody in other states).  Parenting time on the other hand means the time that each parent has available and allotted to spend with their child.

In Arizona, courts now favor joint legal decision-making. Under this scheme, both parents have the right to make important decisions about their child, even if the child does not live with that parent.

These definitions and more are found in the Arizona Revised Statutes, specifically, A.R.S. § 25-401. Call (602) 638-3790 to schedule a free consultation today!

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In Arizona, the Superior Courts have jurisdiction over domestic relations cases including divorces, annulments and child custody. While most areas of litigation involve highly complex and structured rules, in Family Court, the judge often has some latitude to structure their decision to best reflect an equitable solution. At Kuipers Law | PLLC, our experienced staff strive to present each case in a manner tailored to be maximally persuasive to individual judges. You can't afford a second place finish when your family is on the line. Call 602.638.3790 to schedule a free consultation today!

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Don't end up losing financially at the end of a relationship like Steve Nash. Whether you face a Child Support, Parenting Time, Divorce or other Family Law issue, Kuipers Law PLLC is uniquely suited to offer premier representation affordably.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nba/lakers/2013/07/23/steve-nash-child-support/2580593/

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Family Law Informational #1 

When relationships with children involved end, many people in Arizona believe that all they have to do is show up to court and they will get 50% Parenting Time with their children. 
 
Unfortunately this isn't always the case. Arizonan Family Law does have a pubic policy that stresses that the presumption is that there will be 50/50 Parenting Time between the now legally separated parents, however, all types of less obvious issues may cause the Court to award substantially more parenting time to one parent instead of the other.

Questions raised by the other party in regards to the safety and welfare of the child, or allegations that the other parent may have been using drugs or alcohol, that they other parent has a criminal past, or that the Primary Caregiver wishes to relocate to another State or jurisdiction to provide a higher quality of life -- These all contribute to how Parenting Time is determined by a Judge.

Because this Family Law process is one in large part dictated by the approach both sides take, it is crucial to have an advocate on your side who is capable of seeking the best strategy for your situation, and then who will follow that strategy to an ultimate Family Law win.

Call (602) 638-3790 for a Free Family Law Consultation today!

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Utilizing metadata to find Paul Revere... Amazing read.
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