Practice Area Spotlight
Many engaged couples choose to sign a Prenuptial Agreement (“Prenup”) before they wed to protect their respective assets owned prior to marriage, as well as income and assets acquired during the marriage, in the event of a divorce.
A Prenuptial Agreement is like an insurance policy: hopefully you'll never need it, but in case you do, it can be life-saving. Our blogs below provide information on how to know if you need a prenup and how it will be used in the event of a divorce.
Click the links below to learn more!
In the News
June is Pride Month and Juneteenth is a Federal and City Holiday Celebrated on Monday, June 19, 2023
Since 2021, Juneteenth has been recognized as a Federal holiday. Banks and the post office will be closed. Several major cities around the valley, including Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale, and Glendale recognize Juneteenth as a city holiday and those offices will be closed, as well. Juneteenth commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans. To see some of the celebrations being held in the valley, click the link below.
Pride month celebrates the self-affirmation, dignity, equality and increased visibility of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. To learn more about the history of Pride Month and to see a list of some of the celebrations across the country, click the link below.
Attorney Patricia Lenzner volunteered to be a 2023 Career Day speaker at Peralta Elementary School last month. The students were eager to ask her questions about what it's like to be an attorney and learn about different job opportunities they may want to pursue in their future.
She gave 8 presentations to students in Grades 1-6. They kept her on her toes with their questions and comments.
After describing how attorneys apply the laws to a person's facts, one very astute student said "it's like a puzzle!"