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Month: October 2017

Arizona Child Custody Lawyers

Child custody is a major proceeding involved in divorce cases. It is done to determine who shall have custody of the child or children. As child custody cases are rather sensitive issues, it is always advisable to hire an efficient child custody lawyer. Child custody laws in Arizona are similar to those in other states. The Arizona court laws decide on child custody according to the child’s best interests. Other factors considered by the court include the wishes of the parents, the interaction and interrelationship of the child with the parents, and the degree to which the parents have compelled the child in the child custody agreement. The child’s adjustment to home, school, and community as well as the mental and physical health of all individuals involved are also discussed. The court has the right to order either a sole custody or a joint custody agreement. Joint custody shall not be awarded if the court finds the existence of significant domestic violence or a history of domestic violence. Unless restricted by court order or law, both parents are entitled to have equal access to information concerning the child’s education as well as physical, mental, moral, and emotional health, including medical, school, police, court, and other records. Arizona child custody lawyers insist on all possible legal rights for children and guide them through a suitable course of action. Effective, concerned,...

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Reminder Phoenix Lunchtime ActiveRain Meetup Thursday November 9, 2017

Hosted By Tony and Suzanne Marriott WHEN: Thursday, November 9, 2017 from 11:00AM to 1:30PM WHERE:         Greekfest Restaurant1940 E. Camelback Rd.Phoenix, AZ 85016(Northwest Corner of 20th Street and Camelback) There is covered parking behind the restaurant, and some spaces in front of the restaurant. Great Menu – Reasonable Prices! Some photos from our recent August Meetup there!                Suzanne Marriott and Richard Bazinet                               Anna Banana and Tony Marriott          Richard Bazinet, Steffy Hristova and Jeff Jones            David Dion, David...

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4 Common Pricing Mistakes To Avoid When Selling Your Home

Amanda S. Davidson “Pricing Your Home Too High – this is the most common mistake we see. Homes that are priced too high will be passed over by buyers. You might get showings but, if offers don’t follow there’s a problem.”Right on target – and – re-blog! 4 Common Pricing Mistakes To Avoid When Selling Your Home Pricing is the number one reason homes don’t sell or sit on the market for months and become stale inventory. Every seller wants to get top dollar for their home and with the right plan in place that’s very achievable. However, there are...

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Market Report – Average Days On Market By Price Point

 Permission is granted only to ARMLS® Subscribers for reproduction from 2017 ARMLS® STAT – with attribution to “ARMLS® COPYRIGHT 2017”. One consideration when quoting Average Days on Market to a prospective Seller, and when structuring the length of the listing agreement, is Price Point of the Property. Here, above $300K, Days of Inventory gets significantly longer the higher the price point. Translation? The higher the price point – the longer one can expect it to take to sell. Considering selling your home? Feel free to contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation so we can share with you our proven home selling process! No hype. No gimmicks. No...

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Preparing For The Expected

Liz and Bill Spear “Buyers and sellers may love SOME surprises, but for the most part, they’d rather have a calm, smooth transaction with a minimum of the unexpected.  That’s why it’s worthwhile to hire an experienced agent.”Right on target – and – re-blog!I’m an engineer by training so as you might guess, I’d like to know what to expect in a world of chaos.  That’s not how Life works for the most part, so I need adapt to today’s circumstances. And if I want even more unpredictability, I tinker around in our flower garden because nature is just full...

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