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Jaburg Wilk 

Jaburg Wilk Offers Sound Legal Guidance - Plain and Simple, Attorneys at Law
Size of Organization: 33
Year Established: 1984
Main Office: Phoenix, Arizona
Web Site: http://www.jaburgwilk.com

Telephone: 480-428-1465
Fax: (602) 248-0522



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Our partners average almost three decades of experience counseling entrepreneurs, local businesses and national corporations. Our approach is to cultivate strong strategic partnerships with our clients and look to keep our clients out of legal trouble by helping them assess and manage their legal risks.

We provide our clients with creative, resourceful, responsive approaches to their legal needs. We explore possibilities. We search for solutions and we find answers.

Since its inception, Jaburg|Wilk has maintained its status as a mid-sized firm in a way that both preserves our culture and assures our clients they will receive expert, cost effective legal services. We are guided by 21 principles and behaviors that we call the JW Way. Our firm has been consistently voted among the Top Ten mid-size law firms in Arizona by Ranking Arizona magazine, 2014 Best Law Firm by US News and World Reports Best Lawyers, as well as having lawyers listed as Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers and the named 2014 Best Intellectual Property Attorneys in Arizona by Arizona Foothills Magazine. And one that we are most proud of, we are a Best Places to Work in 2013 by the Phoenix Business Journal.

Our clients come to us because we are unique in our approach. We are active listeners and proactive communicators as our clients have told us that it is important to keep them informed throughout their representation. They come to us because of our skills as legal technicians. They come to us because we go to great lengths to understand not only their legal issues, but also their businesses. They come to us because we are passionate about our representation of them and we stay focused on what's important to them. They come to us because we have style, persistence, and perseverance, pride in what we do and how we do it. They come to us because of our character and integrity. Our clients know us as innovative thinkers, detailed strategists and doers. We don't want them to worry. We consider that to be our job.

Our clients come back to us because of our achievements during prior engagements. While we take pride in our expertise, we are even more proud of the strong bonds we have created and maintain with our clients. We remain committed to the principles that have made the name Jaburg|Wilk synonymous with excellence.



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Highest number of cases by Jaburg Wilk:
Intellectual Property (11 cases in past two years)
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Total number of Peer Review Rated lawyers of Jaburg Wilk: 18
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Total number of Client Reviews for Jaburg Wilk: 1


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What is a Qualified Domestic Relation Order ("QDRO") and Why Does it Matter in My Divorce Case?
Mervyn Braude, November 21, 2014
As with all community property, retirement assets are subject to division upon dissolution. Therefore, that portion of any and all retirement assets accumulated during the course of the marriage must be divided.

Damron Agreement or Stipulated Judgment Got You in a Bind? Arizona Supreme Court Considers Binding Effect of Fact Stipulations on Insurers in Quihuis v. State Farm
November 10, 2014
In Quihuis v. State Farm, --- Ariz. ---, 334 P.3d 719 (Ariz. Oct. 1, 2014),[1] the Arizona Supreme Court recently held that a stipulated fact in a Damron Agreement that is both an element of liability and essential to establishing coverage does not bind an insurer in subsequent coverage litigation.

What is an Affidavit of Financial Information and Why Does It Matter?
Mervyn Braude, October 22, 2014
An Affidavit of Financial Information (“AFI”) is a court-approved form that is utilized in divorce cases for a number of purposes primarily where child support, spousal maintenance and/or attorney fees are at issue.






 

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