Easements – What, When, Where?

Its the one thing that most property owner share, and the thing that causes the most problems: easements? What are they? Basically, an easement is right someone holds to use your property. This right may be the right to bury and maintain utilities lines, the right to drive across your property, the right to mine […]

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Businesses and Discrimination

  You can’t browse Facebook, watch the news, or grab a Starbucks without hearing about Arizona’s S.B. 1062. With the Governor’s veto, we don’t have to worry about how such a law will effect businesses in this state. But it seems like a good time for a refresher on established anti-discrimination laws and how they […]

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You’ve Been Served…Do You Know Where Your Data Is?

Electronically storage information is the norm in our personal lives and even more so in the business world. The ability to store business information electronically allows us to operate more reliably and efficiently. But it is important that business owners understand how to properly generate and maintain such information in the digital age to be […]

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When Web Hosts Pull the Welcome Mat

Can your website hosting company”pull in the welcome mat?” YES! And you’d be surprised how easily it can happen. In today’s economy, websites are crucial to a business’ success. Your website is your billboard, your phone book ad, your glossy pamphlet, and your bullhorn all in one. But most web hosting services maintain the right […]

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Estate Planning for Young Parents

Do you have young children? Do you know someone who does? Most young families don’t think much about estate planning. I know, I have young children and I have lots of other things to worry about. However, young parents have a very good reason for making estate preparations: their kids. 1. Be sure your spouse […]

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