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Cheating spouses, secret addictions and identities — marriages are buckling under COVID quarantine; RLG Partner and Family Law Director Kaine Fisher shares his view

Posted by   /  July 7, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Family Law, Featured News  /  No Comments

By Marisa M. Kashino | Washingtonian One Sunday afternoon in late April, a Washington mom I’ll call Marie is parked outside a CVS in Northern Virginia. Her family thinks she’s out running errands. Which is mostly true. But she’s also here because ever since the coronavirus lockdown hit, her car has become an oasis—a private […]

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Arizona cities with the highest shares of families with kids

Posted by   /  June 23, 2020  /  Economy, Family Law  /  No Comments

AZ Business Magazine | AZBigMedia Parents were the unsung, multi-tasting heroes of the lockdown period. One can only imagine how it is to juggle the job, parenting, and homeschooling in these past few months. And the burden was probably heavier on single parents. There are 33.4 million families with children under 18 in the U.S., and […]

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Former County Assessor Paul Petersen pleads guilty to welfare fraud in international adoption scheme

Posted by   /  June 18, 2020  /  Courts/Law, Family Law  /  No Comments

Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen leaves the Matheson courthouse in Salt Lake City with this attorney Scott Williams,/Scott Winterton/Deseret News By Robert Anglen | Arizona Republic  Former Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen pleaded guilty Thursday to welfare fraud and forgery connected to an international adoption scheme he operated in Arizona, Utah and Arkansas. Petersen, during […]

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Unemployed parents see no refunds as child support overcharges continue, such mistakes common with DES, says RLG partner, Family Law director Kaine Fischer

Posted by   /  May 27, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Family Law  /  No Comments

By Laura Gómez | Arizona Mirror Every month Raymond Kingman has to pay $250 in child support, but the Arizona Department of Economic Security has been taking $275 a week in child support deductions from his unemployment pay. Since mid-March, when the downtown Tucson restaurant where he worked as a server closed and he lost […]

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Fearful of covid-19, older people are changing their living wills

Posted by   /  May 9, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Estate Planning  /  No Comments

By Judith Graham | The Washington Post Last month, Minna Buck revised a document specifying her wishes should she become critically ill. “No intubation,” she wrote in large letters on the form, making sure to include the date and her initials. Buck, 91, had been following the news about covid-19. She knew her chances of […]

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Banner Gateway treated 20 pregnant women in Paul Petersen’s adoption scheme without raising alarms

Posted by   /  April 22, 2020  /  Courts/Law, Family Law  /  No Comments

Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen leaves the Matheson courthouse in Salt Lake City with his attorney Scott Williams and another unidentified man on Nov. 15, 2019./Scott Winterton/Desert News By Robert Anglen | Arizona Republic  The staff at Mercy Gilbert Medical Center suspected the pregnant women were in trouble. They came in days apart, three in […]

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A new Covid-19 crisis: Domestic abuse rises worldwide; Phoenix dealing with it, says Kaine Fisher, RLG partner, director Family Law

Posted by   /  April 20, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Family Law  /  No Comments

Steve Benson Amanda Taub | New York Times Add another public health crisis to the toll of the new coronavirus: Mounting data suggests that domestic abuse is acting like an opportunistic infection, flourishing in the conditions created by the pandemic. There was every reason to believe that the restrictions imposed to keep the virus from […]

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Breaking up and social distancing; a precarious time, says Kaine Fisher, RLG partner, director of Family Law

Posted by   /  April 16, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Family Law  /  No Comments

It’s been a major mind shift, having to be alone in a half empty house with holes from where his stuff was,” Leah, a newly single IT manager, told us./ Malte Mueller Getty Inages Social distancing makes splitting up extra hard. We asked therapists (and the newly single) how to cope with the coronavirus pandemic […]

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A high-stakes divorce illustrates how the rich play real-estate tug of war; RLG family attorney Audra Petrolle comments

Posted by   /  April 13, 2020  /  Family Law  /  No Comments

By Candace Taylor | Wall Street Journal In 2011, Texas financier Wilbur Edwin “Ed” Bosarge and his wife of 22 years, Marie Bosarge, used a trust to buy, for about $45 million, a flat on Belgrave Square in London, an area nicknamed “Billionaire Square.” Mrs. Bosarge said she then set about decorating the home with […]

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Child parenting exchanges and COVID-19: RLG Partner and Director of Family Law Kaine Fisher discusses [VIDEO]

Posted by   /  April 9, 2020  /  Coronavirus Task Force, Family Law  /  No Comments

Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Family Law Kaine Fisher discusses parenting exchanges and COVID-19. The Coronavirus Task Force team at Rose Law Group is led by partners, Jordan Rose, Court Rich, Cameron Carter, Kaine Fisher, David McDowell, Adam Trenk and Logan Elia.  They are looking to find some relief and some sort of business silver lining for our clients in this entirely unexpected situation.

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