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Discover your Ancestors in this unique collection of Family History records photos.

A searchable index of funeral cards (a.k.a. mourning or remembrance cards) that provide clues like death date, place and funeral home.

Food rationing was instituted in 1942, and each family member was issued books by the Office of Price Administration (OPA). Search the largest online WW2 ration book index — includes images.

A collection of original mug shots and wanted posters that provide interesting facts like occupation, age, place of birth, residence, and the crime they committed.

American railways have been in operation since 1826, and researchers often want to know if their ancestors played a role in its development. Search information compiled from various sources.

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Whether you’ve been working on your family history for years or just getting started, Genealogy Today can help jump start your research.

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If you’ve been researching your family tree and find that you’re interested in knowing about the details of recent generations, this section is for you.

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Oriented towards professional researchers, librarians, educators and experienced genealogists.

Biographical Timelines of ancestors discovered in a variety of resources. This is a new feature, information may be limited for certain individuals.

Surname Tracker is a free service that matches new information with the profiles of our visitors. Helps with finding possible ancestors/cousins and sources they were mentioned in.

Family History Wiki offers explanations for hundreds of genealogical terms, along with historical sketches, photographs and images of original documents.

Helpful Articles from a team of experienced genealogists dedicated to helping you locate a variety of research materials and understand how to use them.

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Kansas City s Harley-Davidson plant makes newest model to hit the market

Assembly of the Harley-Davidson Sport Glide motorcycle began this summer at the company’s assembly plant east of Kansas City International Airport.

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Kale smoothies, avocado toast among the offerings at this new Troost restaurant

New Overland Park restaurant serves Indian barbecue kebabs (and sides)

Updates: Veterans Day free meals, deals discounts in the Kansas City area

It s like darts, but with axes: Ax throwing club hits West Bottoms

Thrillist picks Plaza area steakhouse as one of the 31 best in the nation

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TV News & Reviews

KCTV and KSMO replace general manager with former business manager

Meredith Corp., which owns the two stations, did not say why its own vice president of finance has succeeded Kansas City general manager Mike Cukyne.

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Health Care

Kansas City area medical practice falls into bankruptcy

Kansas City Internal Medicine filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday. Some of its doctors are joining the HCA Midwest Physicians network.

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Government & Politics

How about another election? KC council plans to ask for key vote in April

The City Council set in motion plans for an April election to extend the one-cent sales tax for capital improvements. The city collects about $70 million a year from the tax, first approved by voters in 2007 and which is up for renewal next year.

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Updates: Veterans Day free meals, deals discounts in the Kansas City area

Discounts for veterans and active duty military run through Nov. 13. They include free or discounted meals, free haircuts and discounts on merchandise.

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Government & Politics

Poll showed new KCI had big lead but supporters kept it under wraps

As Election Day loomed, “cautiously optimistic” was the mantra chanted by advocates for a transformed Kansas City International Airport. They expected a win, but said it would be close.

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Government & Politics

With KCI votes counted, when will we see the wrecking ball?

Kansas City voters strongly approved a new terminal at KCI, but don’t expect to see construction at the airport just yet.

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Cityscape

It s like darts, but with axes: Ax throwing club hits West Bottoms

Blade & Timber is now open at 1101 Mulberry St. in the West Bottoms. Players enter a lane to throw an ax at a target, much like in darts.

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KC voters give overwhelming approval to KCI single terminal

Everywhere in the Kansas City, voters handed City Hall huge support for a new terminal at KCI. It had been a difficult climb from a period of opposition and distrust to the idea, but in the end, Kansas Citians wanted to see the three-terminal design replaced with a modern structure.

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Kale smoothies, avocado toast among the offerings at this new Troost restaurant

Ruby Jean’s Juicery plans a Nov. 11 opening at 3000 Troost. A new convenience store gas station plans to open later this year at 5901 Troost.

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National & International

Trump calls Putin sincere, ex-US intelligence heads ‘hacks’

President Donald Trump is back on the defensive over Russian election meddling, saying he considers President Vladimir Putin’s denials sincere, dismissing former U.S. intelligence officials as “hacks” and accusing Democrats of trying to sabotage relations.

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Hawaii judge dismisses lawsuit against seed company, board

A judge in Hawaii dismissed a lawsuit that sought an environmental review of the actions by a seed company operating on the island of Kauai.

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The Latest: Trump back on defensive over Russia meddling

President Donald Trump is back on the defensive over Russian election meddling and accusing Democrats of trying to sabotage U.S.-Russia relations.

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Lawmakers seek review of Eversource’s response to wind storm

Two Connecticut senators want General Assembly to hold public forum on Eversource Energy’s response to October wind storm.

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Report: Inspection found 13 defects on CSX track last year

A federal inspection in June of last year reportedly found 13 defects on CSX track in Bergen County, a route that has become a corridor for shipping crude oil and ethanol to refineries.

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Entertainment

George Takei, Richard Dreyfuss respond in harassment scandal

George Takei, Richard Dreyfuss latest celebrities swept up in Hollywood sexual harassment, assault scandal.

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US Senate passes Veteran’s Administration bill by Oklahomans

A bill by Republican Sens. James Lankford and Jim Inhofe intended to address the care of military veterans in Veteran’s Administration hospitals has passed the U.S. Senate.

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The Latest: Outside firm to look into harassment allegations

Minnesota’s House speaker says an outside firm will investigate allegations of sexual harassment by a lawmaker.

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Southern California plant flourishing under bomber program

Southern California aerospace flourishing thanks to bomber boom.

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Next election up: A mayor race in New Mexico’s biggest city

Voters in New Mexico’s largest city are preparing to choose its next mayor after the Republican incumbent opted not to seek re-election.


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Amway heir Dick and Betsy DeVos move into sprawling 22, 000-square-foot mansion, family business.#Family

Amway heir Dick and Betsy DeVos move into sprawling 22,000-square-foot mansion

HOLLAND — Amway heir Dick DeVos and his wife, Betsy DeVos, moved into their new digs over Labor Day weekend.

For months, cars have slowed along South Shore Drive as gawkers have followed the construction of the DeVos home, the biggest house in Holland, if not Ottawa County.

“We are very excited with it,” said Betsy DeVos, who grew up in Holland as the daughter of the late industrialist Edgar Prince. Her mother, Elsa Prince-Broekhuizen, owns a home a few doors down.

“As our family is continuing to grow, our hope is that it will be a gathering place for many generations,” she said.

Their three-story vacation home sets a new standard for size and grandeur among the other million-dollar-plus mansions that line Lake Macatawa, a popular spot with access to Lake Michigan.

The stone and shingle house has 22,000 square feet of space. But if that’s not enough room, there’s a 6,200-square-foot guest house, plus a large infinity pool with a 700-square-foot pool house and three garages, according to city records.

THE DEVOS PROPOERTY: BEFORE & AFTER

PREVIOUS HOME ON THE SITE:

Owner: Richard and Helen DeVos

Main house: 12,000 square feet

Guest house: 1,100 square feet

Owner: Dick and Betsy DeVos

Main house: 22,000 square feet

Bathrooms: 5 full and 5 half-baths

Guest house: 6,000 square feet

Value: Still being assessed; building permits over $3 million

A long dock is all that remains of 1025 South Shore Drive from the days when DeVos’ dad, billionaire and Amway co-founder Richard DeVos, owned his summer spot there. For more than 25 years, the 12,000-square-foot home — with an 1,100-square-foot guest house — was the biggest house in Holland.

The DeVoses bought the property after Rich DeVos put the house on the market for $4.5 million in 2007.

The younger DeVos wanted to keep it in the family for future generations. The elder DeVos moved nearby to Park Township, where he bought $6.2 million home overlooking Lake Michigan, close to daughter Cheri VanderWeide and her family.

So how much is Holland’s biggest home worth?

The family paid a summer tax bill of more than $123,000 for the non-homestead property assessed during its construction at nearly $2.2 million. So far, building permits added up to about $3 million.

But real estate broker Andrea Crossman, who sells high-end waterfront property, said the mansion looks to be easily worth $10 million, possibly more.

Although some have complained the house dwarfs the other mansions along the Holland waterfront, Crossman said the property won’t hurt housing values in this tony neighborhood.

The home’s architect is the Grand Rapids firm Via Design, which oversaw renovation of downtown’s River City Building next to the DeVos Place Convention Center. That building houses offices of the holding company for the Dick DeVos family investments.

Construction was handled by Scott Christopher Homes, a Grand Rapids firm known for its high-end residential construction.

But the house isn’t exactly as envisioned. The city nixed requests to construct a view-obstructing 10-foot-high stone fence, permitting only three feet high, or to raise the pool house roof to 22-feet height instead of the allowed 12 feet.

The house features just three bedrooms along with 10 bathrooms, three kitchens, eight dishwashers, 13 porches and an elevator, according to city records.

While the city inspectors gave the family permission to occupy the main house recently, the guest house isn’t completed and minor work needs to be done before a full occupancy permit will be issued.

Inspecting the home took a few hours, said Tony Meyaard, a property appraiser in the city Assessors Office.

Meyaard declined to go into specifics about the home’s interior out of respect for the owners.

“It’s very, very nice,” Meyaard said. “I would like to live there.”


How to Talk About Money in Your Family Business – Family Business Advisors #start

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How to Talk About Money in Your Family Business

“Chains of habit are too light to be felt – until they are too heavy to be broken.” – Warren Buffett

Talking about money within the family business can be uncomfortable and awkward. What’s worse is that everyone knows about it; financial questions and concerns can be at the forefront of everyone’s mind. Few habits are so critical and yet translate so directly to the success of your family business. David Harland. Managing Director of FINH

It is up to the family business leaders to engage their family in these conversations, and to do so with honesty and directly. The early rounds might be difficult, but the end result is a better work environment and easier conversations about other complex issues (such as remuneration or financial agreements). Start early so that you can establish a precedent, make clear the expectations, and deal fairly with others.

Begin with a trusted family advisor – someone to help facilitate difficult conversations – who can project an image of fairness, conscientiousness, and experience.

We often feel that our loved ones know us so well that we don’t have to voice concerns or bring in a third party. It’s the role of the business leader to let go of these assumptions and find a real solution. Communication needs to be clear and open, and this is best when the conversation includes an element of impartiality and specialized knowledge.

It’s unfortunate that so many family businesses start out with an informal management structure and don’t have specific practices and policies for family members. Instead, the structure of the family business is often made up as it goes, which can create an impediment to honest communication later on.

Topics of Conversation Between Members of the Family Business

The family conversation should have goals and should be prepared for, just like any meeting with a non-family business partnerThat also includes having a formal agenda. It’s common to have three levels of interest at play: business issues, family issues, and ownership.

So what you should talk about? Start with family’s history, legacy, and values. The younger a member of the family is introduced to this message, the better. I recommend placing extra emphasis on a multigenerational approach to human capital appreciation.

Chances are that your family has a mix of dominant thinkers and dominant feelers. The thinkers might be more open to the practical realities of business success. Feelers will appreciate the sense of togetherness, shared accomplishment, and appreciation among members of the group. Guide the topics of conversations into those areas where you’re most likely to get buy-in from individual members; other issues can be dealt with more easily afterwards.

Emotion Will Be Part Of It; Deal With Emotion Early

“Select your words carefully. Spoken words may have positive or negative effects, depending on the manner and timing of your speech.” Abdurrahman Bagdadizade Paksoy to his sons, addressing how the Paksoy family was shut out of its own business in 1956

Every business requires emotional decisions and every family brings emotionally charged relationships. These two don’t always mix nicely.

Emotion is a real dynamic that isn’t going away, but it can be dealt with effectively and even harnessed to create a positive dialogue. Use family councils to address family matters. Even if your family members share the same values, they may not share the same vision. If your family runs the risk of starting new battles every time an old one is closed, it’s best to start with outside facilitation early on and stick with it through to the end.

Create a sense of family unity with family stories. Make sure that younger generations can connect to the trials, successes, and anecdotes of the past. Let them speak and take care to actually listen. If less experienced members of the family are eager to bring a “fresh perspective” or innovative new ideas, this is the forum where they get their chance.

Tell a cautionary tale about past business episodes – especially if it has a personal impact. Not only will this help synergize the emotion in the room, but it will help emphasise the importance of properly addressed financial agreements. Just try not to get side-tracked in story land; it’s up to the business leaders to maintain focus on the long-term goal of multi-generational capital accumulation.

Always remember that money is a sensitive issue for many people. You’re likely to run into topics like fairness and competitiveness. These are important, but ultimately dangerous if mishandled because they can re-open old wounds or divert the conversation. Have a plan in place to stay on target.

There’s never a perfect time to talk about family business issues, with one exception: earlier is better. The sooner these conversations start happening, the sooner your family business can develop the type of effective communication that will stand the test of time.

For Advice on communicating about finance in your family business please call FINH 07 3229 7333


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NSW Businesslink – now FACS Business Services

Businesslink was merged in to the Department of Family and Community Services as Corporate Services, Business Services on 1 July 2014.

The Business Services Unit primarily provides internal services to Family and Community Services, but also continues to provide services to a range of clients external to FACS including NSW Department of Education and Communities, Aboriginal Affairs, State Property Authority, Office of State Revenue, Juvenile Justice, NSW Mental Health Commission, Treasury Corporation and a range of non government organisations.

Services include a broad range of core, transactional and value-added services, specialising in areas such as Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Projects, Property, Workforce and Business services.

To find previous Annual Reports from NSW Businesslink, visit the opengov website .

Contact Details

Business Services Client Support Contact Details

Recruitment Enquiries

For all recruitment enquiries, please phone 1800 203 966.

National Criminal History Record Check Enquiries

Businesslink is accredited to undertake National Criminal History Record Checks. Should your organisation wish to utilise this service, the contact details appear below.

Regional Service Centres

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Suite 1B, 239 King St, NEWCASTLE 2300
PO Box 2160 Dangar 2309
Phone: (02) 4925 0000
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Northern

Suite 1, 120 Dalley St, LISMORE 2480
PO Box 1140 Lismore 2480
Phone: (02) 6623 1900
Fax: (02) 6623 1911

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Suite 1.04, 7-9 Morisset St, QUEANBEYAN 2620
PO Box 1629 Queanbeyan 2620
Phone: (02) 6122 3500
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Suites 5 6, 234-236 Summer St, ORANGE 2800
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EFB appoints its new Chairman

On the 16th of November 2015, Alfonso Líbano was elected Chairman by the General Assembly of EFB. Alfonso Líbano comes from a family with a long history in the Family Business since the 19th Century and for the last 60 years, mostly in the Coca-Cola business. He is currently the CEO of COBEGA, S.A. familiar holding owing, among other businesses, Coca-Cola Iberian Partners, S.A. Coca-Cola Bottler for the Iberian Division; Spain, Portugal and Andorra were he serves as Director of the Board & Member of the Executive Committee. Read more

He is also Chairman of Equatorial Coca-Cola Bottling Company, S.L. the Coca-Cola Bottler franchise for 12 African countries in North and West Africa, as well as Member of the Board of the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Egypt and Vice Chairman of MECC SOFT DRINKS, DMCC, Coca-Cola franchise for the territory of South Sudan. Moreover, he has been Trustee of the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation since 2004. He also belongs to the Board of VIFILFELL HF, Coca-Cola Bottler for Iceland.

Alfonso sits on numerous boards of private companies such as Cacaolat and Nespresso. In addition, he also sits on public organizations including the AMCHAM (American Chamber of Commerce in Spain) and the MACBA Foundation (Contemporary Art Museum of Barcelona).

He has been involved with the Family Business Institute of Spain (IEF) since 1991 as Founding Member and Secretary of the Board of Directors from 2000 to 2004. Currently he is Member of the International Commission. Alfonso has been a Board Member of European Family Business (EFB) since 2007. Moreover, he is Board Member & Treasurer of the Family Business Network (FBN). He carried out his studies of Economics at the Public University of Barcelona. He is married, has one son and one daughter.

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10 businesses named after family members – Mollie Makes #business #plan #samples


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Choosing a name for a business is tricky it s got to be catchy, memorable and sum up ‘you’ too. We searched the web for crafty companies who took family names as the ultimate personal inspo. Find out how this line-up of crafty businesses came up with their shop names.

So you re looking for a business name. How about naming it after Nan, or combining your name with your partner s like celebrity power couples? If all else fails use our trusty craft business name game. take your favourite colour and find the quirky paint name for it, use one word from the colour name, add your craft of choice and the name of the street you grew up on (or a family member s name). Shuffle them round until they make no sense! So, Dayroom Crochet Orange or Henrietta Embroidery Villa. Huzzah, it works! Now you try.

1. Flossie Limejuice

Shelagh called her business “Flossie Limejuice after her mother-in-law s nickname for her grandson’s toy rabbit. Aww!

2. Anais Aiyla

Mish named her business after her daughters Zoie Amelia Anais and Emilie Aiyla Aeon. She says: “When we moved back to the UK from the Cayman Islands, one way I found to help them adjust to their new (very cold) surroundings was to crochet for them.”

3. Bobostitch

Cross stitch queen Hannah Sturrock named Bobostitch after her son’s mispronunciation of his sister Baby Olive s name. “She was born around the same time, says Hannah. The name is a constant reminder for me that the business is totally intertwined with our family life.

4. Lily Val

Owner Valerie McKeehan says: “Lily is a nod to my mother. We both share a love of flowers, in particular, stargazer lilies!”

5. Mingo Grace

Designer Farrah Gee named her children’s clothing brand after her little twins’ middle names.

6. Kit and Nancy

Maker Laura named her business after her grandmas: Kit and Nancy.

7. Bob John Knitwear

Jonie Worton’s knitwear company is named after her equally hands-on grandfathers, engineer John and builder Edgar known as Bob.

8. Clarise Crafts

Alyssa borrowed her business name from her mother Denise, who set up a jewellery business with her friend Claire under the name Clarise , merging the two friends names. Alyssa says: “I do get called Clarise but I see it as my crafty alter-ego!”

9. Holly and Evie

Let’s not forget the most important family members of all! Lucy Vernon named her knitwear company after her first dog Holly, and her current pooch, Evie.

10. Lily Dot

Aussie “vintage whimsy” store Lily Dot was named after two very creative grandmas.

Named your business after loved ones too? Leave your business name and link in the comments below and tell us why you chose the name.


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10 businesses named after family members – Mollie Makes #business #icons


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Choosing a name for a business is tricky it s got to be catchy, memorable and sum up ‘you’ too. We searched the web for crafty companies who took family names as the ultimate personal inspo. Find out how this line-up of crafty businesses came up with their shop names.

So you re looking for a business name. How about naming it after Nan, or combining your name with your partner s like celebrity power couples? If all else fails use our trusty craft business name game. take your favourite colour and find the quirky paint name for it, use one word from the colour name, add your craft of choice and the name of the street you grew up on (or a family member s name). Shuffle them round until they make no sense! So, Dayroom Crochet Orange or Henrietta Embroidery Villa. Huzzah, it works! Now you try.

1. Flossie Limejuice

Shelagh called her business “Flossie Limejuice after her mother-in-law s nickname for her grandson’s toy rabbit. Aww!

2. Anais Aiyla

Mish named her business after her daughters Zoie Amelia Anais and Emilie Aiyla Aeon. She says: “When we moved back to the UK from the Cayman Islands, one way I found to help them adjust to their new (very cold) surroundings was to crochet for them.”

3. Bobostitch

Cross stitch queen Hannah Sturrock named Bobostitch after her son’s mispronunciation of his sister Baby Olive s name. “She was born around the same time, says Hannah. The name is a constant reminder for me that the business is totally intertwined with our family life.

4. Lily Val

Owner Valerie McKeehan says: “Lily is a nod to my mother. We both share a love of flowers, in particular, stargazer lilies!”

5. Mingo Grace

Designer Farrah Gee named her children’s clothing brand after her little twins’ middle names.

6. Kit and Nancy

Maker Laura named her business after her grandmas: Kit and Nancy.

7. Bob John Knitwear

Jonie Worton’s knitwear company is named after her equally hands-on grandfathers, engineer John and builder Edgar known as Bob.

8. Clarise Crafts

Alyssa borrowed her business name from her mother Denise, who set up a jewellery business with her friend Claire under the name Clarise , merging the two friends names. Alyssa says: “I do get called Clarise but I see it as my crafty alter-ego!”

9. Holly and Evie

Let’s not forget the most important family members of all! Lucy Vernon named her knitwear company after her first dog Holly, and her current pooch, Evie.

10. Lily Dot

Aussie “vintage whimsy” store Lily Dot was named after two very creative grandmas.

Named your business after loved ones too? Leave your business name and link in the comments below and tell us why you chose the name.


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About Self and Russleburg Yorkville And Aurora Offices · Decades Of Combined Experience

Experienced Attorneys In Kendall County And Kane County, Illinois

If you are getting a divorce, involved in a change of custody or struggling with another family law issue, every decision you make could prove critical for your future. If you are facing a criminal charge, the outcome can impact nearly every aspect of your life. It is vital to get focused, knowledgeable legal counsel as early in the process as possible.

Clear, Practical Legal Guidance And Results-Driven Representation

At Self & Russelburg, LTD. a long-standing law firm with offices in Yorkville and Aurora, Illinois, we want you to be fully informed and effectively represented every step of the way. Between our two partners, our clients receive personal attention from lawyers with decades of wide-ranging legal experience. Your attorney will help you consider the issues and paths to resolution. We prepare thoroughly, negotiate strategically and provide strong, dynamic advocacy in the courtroom.

Dedicated To Educating Our Clients And Protecting Their Futures

Family law and criminal defense are the primary areas of focus for our trial-proven legal team. Clients turn to us for clear, detailed information on the law and determination to earn the best possible results in matters such as:

  • Divorce at any level of conflict and complexity, including cases in which child custody and spousal maintenance are intensely disputed
  • Post-divorce issues/conflicts, including pursuit of child support changes, maintenance continuation or termination, and representation of either parent in complex child relocation cases
  • Misdemeanor and felony criminal cases across the spectrum from driving under the influence (DUI) and drug charges to murder and other violent offenses

Family Law Divorce. Child Custody & Support, Spousal Maintenance/Alimony. Allocation of Property.

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Any legal matter that involves you and your family is important. Because no two families are alike, you need a lawyer who will take the time to get to know you, who will represent you from start to finish, and who will fight for you and what is important to you. At the R. J. Peters & Associates law firm in Phoenix, Arizona, you will find family law attorneys who are always on your side.

Arizona Divorce and Family Law Attorneys We Take Sides

When you come to our law firm for a free half-hour consultation, we are committed to providing you a good understanding of what to expect throughout your legal matter before you leave the office. If you are getting a divorce, for example, we generally will have six items to discuss with you: Your children (custody/parenting time), child support, property division, debt division, spousal maintenance (alimony) and attorney fees. We also will describe for you the legal process that you are about to go through.

When you leave after your first visit, we want you to have the information you need to make a decision about how to proceed with your case, and further to know whether we are the advocate you want on your side as you go forward.

We take sides at the R. J. Peters Associates law firm. This is an important concept that we do not take lightly. Settlement of the difficult issues which arise in family law matters is always an important effort, but not always possible. We focus on fighting for our clients whether in settlement efforts or in litigation. Our only business is family law. From our office located near downtown Phoenix, we represent clients in Maricopa County and throughout Arizona. If you need an aggressive advocate, on your side, and not in the middle, please see us.