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As part of our continued strive of excellence and to provide quality services to our client’s, this story proves that we accomplished that goal again!

The story begins with a father, who almost lost his son and ended up with our firm accomplishing the unheard of, which was reuniting that father with his son. Our team of dedicated attorneys and support staff at our Tucson, AZ law office, Goldstein & Scopellite, P.C.*, worked together to accomplish this goal. Should you Read More

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What Is a Holographic Will and When Is It Legally Binding in Arizona?

Holographic Wills Holographic Wills, or handwritten Wills, are legally binding and accepted in Arizona, as long as certain legal conditions and criteria are met. While it may seem like the most straightforward method for bequeathing your estate to your chosen heirs, a Holographic Will is usually fraught with errors, causing complications and stress for those left Read More

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President Trump Calling for Fair and Just Immigration Reform

President Trump Calling for Fair and Just Immigration Reform In 2007, the Pew Hispanic Center noted a record number of undocumented immigrants in the country, with 12 million living in the United States.  Though the number fell to 11.1 million two years later, it has largely remained steady, with 11.2 million undocumented workers calling the Read More

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Learn More About the Rights of Both Mothers and Fathers in Child Custody Agreements or Disputes

Traditional norms state that in child custody issues, the law will always favor the mother over the father.  However, while that may be true in cases involving infants or small children where the mother is proven fit and where the de facto sense of the law is considered, in recent years the courts are evening Read More

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Defense of Marriage Act and Same-Sex Married Couples and Immigration Implications – The Windsor Supreme Court Decision

Defense of Marriage Act and Same-Sex Married Couples and Immigration Implications – The Windsor Supreme Court Decision In February of 2011, Obama proclaimed the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which still remains valid law, to be unconstitutional. DOMA, enacted in 1996, defines marriage as that between “a man and a woman” and it bars the Read More

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Immigrant avoided removal, despite conviction of a serious crime

Immigrant avoided removal, despite conviction of a serious crime If an immigrant, meaning the person has legal permanent residence in the United States, has been convicted of certain serious crimes, it may seem inevitable that that individual will be placed in removal proceeding before the immigration court and eventually deported and removed from the United Read More

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