Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) May 1, 2006
Nirenstein Ruotolo Group, P.L. C., one of Arizonas most prestigious family law firms, has found that more women are taking necessary steps to protect themselves, their children and their assets in case of divorce.
According to the National Vital Statistics Report issued by the Centers for Disease Control on March 31, 2006, over 18,660 Arizona marriages ended in divorce between January and September 2005, up slightly from previous years. As divorce rates continue to increase, women are becoming more actively involved in educating themselves about divorce and child and spousal support.
Women are more aware of protecting their rights during a divorce, said Alexander D. Nirenstein, NRGs managing member. Our job is to make sure our clients are educated and receive positive results in their cases.
NRG has consistently reached out to assist women in understanding their rights in a divorce. Fred Ruotolo, a founding partner of NRG, participated in the 2006 Arizona Familys Womens Expo. Ruotolo spoke to attending women about a range of topics related to family law and child custody.
The women in attendance at the Womens Expo inquired about an assortment of topics such as child custody, spousal support and property division, said Ruotolo. We were able to provide these women with empowering information, helping them make better decisions for their future and the future of their children.
NRG also hosts Arizonas source for blogging Web site information on family law. Arizona Family Law Blog is the definitive site for up-to-date information on cases that affect family law and divorce, interesting legal news from around the nation and in-depth answers to important family law questions. Visitors to http://www.azfamilylawblog.com can reply to any of the posted topics with questions or comments and receive responses from the lawyers at NRG.
About Nirenstein Ruotolo Group P.L.C.
Founded in 2003 by accomplished family law attorneys, NRG is a boutique family law firm that provides professional representation in Arizona divorce and family law litigation, mediation, appellate review and mental health and elder law services. NRG boasts nine experienced family law attorneys, two litigation analysts, four paralegals, and five support personnel. The firm represents many diverse clients, both in Arizona and nationally, and is one of the most-respected law firms in Arizona practicing divorce and family law exclusively. For additional information, please visit http://www.nrglaw.net.
For more information, contact:
Beth Glick (Crosby-Wright P.R.)(480) 367-1112
Albuquerque, NM (PRWEB) December 16, 2009
Women who are planning a divorce should find hidden assets prior to hiring an attorney and filing the petition. Several recent marital settlement agreements have been overturned by District Court Judges based on improper disclosure of assets by one party. Divorces are expensive but a bad divorce can torment the former spouses for a lifetime. New Mexico District Courts want a fair an equitable distribution of assets according to state law. Robb Hamic is a licensed Private Investigator and asset location specialist. He has listed some information to help women sort out the details so they can prevail in a marital settlement agreement.
The “Community Property” acquired by either or both spouses during the marriage, which is not separate property, is divisible upon the termination of the marriage. (New Mexico Statutes – Article 4 – Sections: 40-3-8, 40-4-7). Child support is covered under New Mexico Statutes – Article 4 – Sections: 27-2-27, 40-4-7, 40-4-11. “I am shocked at how many men try to hide assets from their wives. Many men have elaborate schemes set up to conceal money, investments, 401K assets, land or houses and income,” says Robb Hamic, President of http://summitsecurity.accountsupport.com/securityservices.htm#privateinvestigation Summit Security & Investigation. “Men often use confusion, threats and intimidation to force their spouses to sign off on a divorce that isn’t fair,” he says. Many of Mr. Hamic’s clients contact him prior to hiring an attorney so that they can document hidden assets, income, activity, abuse, children issues and to find answers to their questions. “Divorces can be confusing and I appreciate the opportunity to share my knowledge with my clients so that they can clarify any misconceptions,” says Mr. Hamic.
New Mexico is considered a “Community Property” state. Community property is defined as all property and debt that was acquired from the date of marriage until legal separation (New Mexico Statutes – Article 4 – Sections: 40-4-7) or divorce. The community assets will be split equally by the District Court if the spouses are unable to reach an agreement. Many spouses are not fully aware of the financial affairs of the other party. Many people are concerned that money is missing, values are incorrect or that other assets were acquired during the marriage either in the name of the spouse,relative or a company.
http://www.robbhamic.com Robb Hamic is an investigation professional with ten years of private experience prior to being a Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Detective, specializing in White-Collar crime. Robb has been hired by many high-profile attorneys in New Mexico and Nevada for pre-divorce asset searches and investigative documentation. Mr. Hamic works directly with clients to uncover the truth and acts as an advocate for their safety. Mr. Hamic combines a blend of investigative services, personal protection, anti-stalking, self-defense training and counter-surveillance methods to meet his client’s needs. “The personal protection aspect of my business has grown with every new case, it seems. I give http://www.femaleselfdefense.com women empowerment through self defense and awareness] through self-defense, awareness training, weapons sales and personal bodyguard services,” adds Hamic.
Robb Hamic typically works for medium to high net-worth individuals dealing in property settlements of at least $ 500,000. His fees are hourly based plus expenses and he works from a retainer agreement with his clients. Contact Mr. Hamic on his cellular phone for a confidential evaluation.
Scottsdale, Ariz. (PRWEB) March 05, 2012
At one time, personally identifiable information, or PII, was simply a Social Security number, birth date and mother’s maiden name. But recent hacks, breaches and cyber attacks at some of the world’s largest corporations have changed the definition of a person’s identity assets to include email addresses, passwords and PINs. Additionally, consumers are giving an ever-increasing amount of confidential information consumers to a wider and wider variety of companies, government entities, organizations, and individuals.
For the 12th year in a row, identity theft accounted for the top consumer complaint according to the Federal Trade Commission Consumer Sentinel Report. As the volume of private information grows and evolves, consumers need to take a fresh look at how to protect privacy and avoid identity theft, fraud and scams. Identity Theft 911, the nations premier identity management and data risk management services provider, is more than happy to participate in the Federal Trade Commissions 14th annual National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW) by providing the following 9 practical tips to safeguard identity assets.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 01, 2013
With more than one billion registered Facebook users, over 800 million YouTube unique users and 200 million Twitter accounts, evidence from social media websites is quickly becoming relevant to just about every litigation dispute and investigation. Now, Sarnoff Information Technologies is using its decades of expertise and experience in legal services to bring litigation-quality social media evidence collection technology to consumers and small businesses.
“With MyCyberScout, we can provide an easy-to-use and affordable solution to capture YouTube, Facebook and Twitter data in a way that it can be proven to be authentic and unaltered later, said Cary Sarnoff, CEO of MyCyberScout and Sarnoff Information Technologies, Inc. Whether youre interested in a loved one’s safety, choosing the right candidate to hire or simply need indisputable and defensible evidence for personal reasons, MyCyberScout delivers.”
Today, people of all ages are registered on one or more social media sites, and even social media contacts and “friends” can’t necessarily see all the posts, comments and general information connected with an online profile. Concerned parents know that one in six children are the victims of cyberbullying, but monitoring a child’s account is time consuming, and printing out a “screen grab” of a social media page will not always be a defensible document that can be upheld in a court of law or accepted by other authorities. MyCyberScout provides the means for parents to obtain a defensible, indisputable third-party report that can help them protect their child and keep them safe from cyberbullying, cyberstalking, and online harassment.
In addition to parents, MyCyberScout is being marketed to Property Owners/Landlords, HR Executives, School Officials, Insurance Claim Investigators and Small Business Owners.
MyCyberScout captures public data that can contain the text comments, pictures, and website links associated with a Facebook post, Twitter tweet or a YouTube video complete with comments. MyCyberScout also captures the behind-the-scenes data associated with the post, such as time stamp information and other pertinent data technically referred to as metadata. For a complete list of all the metadata visit http://mycyberscout.com/frequentlyaskedquestions.aspx.
A MyCyberScout report can be purchased for just $ 49.95. To learn more, visit http://www.mycyberscout.com, or call 1-866-493-3769.