How Are Stocks Divided During a Divorce in Yuma, Arizona?

If you are getting divorced in Yuma, Arizona, you and your partner will need to make decisions about how you’ll divide your assets and debts. It can be difficult enough to decide how to split the value of a shared home, split bank accounts,…

New Subchapter V Law Provides More Streamlined Bankruptcy Relief for Small Businesses

The new law can provide an easier, less expensive, and quicker option for many small business debtors to confirm debt restructuring plans.Either an individual or an entity (e.g., a corporation or LLC) can be a small business debtor. If the small…

Arizona Loan and Lease Workouts in the Time of COVID-19 and Beyond

A successful workout can avoid the need for a bankruptcy filing and all of its attendant time, expense, delay, disruption, and uncertainty.Why engage in workout negotiations if you are on the receiving end of contractual payments? Take, for…

“I am getting sued for breaking my contract. What can I do?”

The following is a discussion of some of the existing concepts that arise in contract matters that may provide a defense to a lawsuit alleging that a party has breached their contract.Force Majeure. Force majeure is a topic that lawyers learned…

COVID-19: Important Information for Arizona Employers

The COVID-19 or coronavirus pandemic has affected virtually every Arizona employer and employee, albeit in different ways. From furloughs or layoffs to executive orders and other government actions that have forced many businesses to shut down,…

Welcome, new attorney James Golden

James Golden joined Schneider & Onofry as an attorney upon his admission to the State Bar of Arizona in March 2020. James is a 2019 graduate of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.  During law school,…

The CARES Act: Unprecedented Relief for Small Business

Applicants will be asked to make a good-faith certification that the uncertainty of current economic conditions makes the loan request necessary to support ongoing operations and that the loan proceeds will be used to retain workers and maintain…

“Super Lawyers” selections for 2020

Yuma, Arizona Social Media Divorce By Schneider & Onofry, P.C. • 13 Aug, 2020 • Increasingly, more people are noting that the cause of their divorce is due to social media use. Social media leads to weekly arguments in one…

Yuma, Arizona Divorce Lawyer Discusses Five Ways Coronavirus Might Impact Your Divorce

Yuma, Arizona Social Media Divorce By Schneider & Onofry, P.C. • 13 Aug, 2020 • Increasingly, more people are noting that the cause of their divorce is due to social media use. Social media leads to weekly arguments…

Will Divorce Rates Increase After COVID-19 Quarantine?

With life having been put on pause for weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic, many divorce lawyers are anticipating a surge of divorce filings and cases as states move to re-open and relax COVID-19 restrictions. Is the increase in divorce cases…

8 Questions to Ask Yourself If You’re Planning to Get Divorced in the Era of COVID-19 in Yuma, Arizona

Yuma, Arizona Social Media Divorce By Schneider & Onofry, P.C. • 13 Aug, 2020 • Increasingly, more people are noting that the cause of their divorce is due to social media use. Social media leads to weekly arguments…

Divorce and Your Privacy: What You Need to Know in Yuma, Arizona

When you file for divorce, your divorce proceedings will become part of the public record. This means that information presented during your case could potentially be accessible to the public. You should expect that anything said during a trial…

Debtor Protection and the Arizona Homestead Exemption

Does the exemption have to be filed or recorded somewhere in order to claim it? No - it arises by operation of law.What are the types of property in which you can claim an exemption? It can be a single-family dwelling, a condominium, a mobile…

What to Do If You’ve Been Served Divorce Papers in Yuma, Arizona

Yuma, Arizona Social Media Divorce By Schneider & Onofry, P.C. • 13 Aug, 2020 • Increasingly, more people are noting that the cause of their divorce is due to social media use. Social media leads to weekly arguments…

Yuma, Arizona Co-Parenting During Covid-19

Yuma, Arizona Social Media Divorce By Schneider & Onofry, P.C. • 13 Aug, 2020 • Increasingly, more people are noting that the cause of their divorce is due to social media use. Social media leads to weekly arguments…

Brian Spector presents “Chapter 11 Simplified”

Yuma, Arizona Co-Parenting During Covid-19 By Schneider & Onofry, P.C. • 30 Jul, 2020 • Parenting during a pandemic is difficult enough, but it can be even more challenging if you are divorced or are in the process…

Yuma, Arizona Social Media Divorce

Divorce can happen for many reasons. Couples may get divorced because one partner commits adultery, or when there are situations of domestic violence and emotional abuse, or where one partner suffers from drug or alcohol abuse. However, more…

What to Expect When You’re Expecting: A Guide to Securing Your Inheritance

Second, you should understand your rights. That is, an inheritance is not guaranteed simply by your being named as an heir or beneficiary. The deceased person’s Personal Representative or Trustee owes a duty to the deceased’s heirs and beneficiaries…