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- I've read that Az. doesn't recognize common law marriage. However, I can't find information to clarify what occurs with a partnership after a given number of years. I've been cohabitating with a lady for 7 years, and recently was told "you've been together long enough that everything you have is community property." I'm concerned about our separate investments that we each have willed to our respective children. Thanks for any information you might be able to provide.
- if i ask my attorney for a mitigation packet to be done and she only looks at some of my background, and only prepares a deviation to present to the prosecutor,and he denies it, what can i do. i have already signed a 5 year plea, but im not happy with the representation of my counsel. what can i do to change my plea agreement, and get new counsel?
- my mother is 89 and at the hospital. if the dr. orders her to go to a nursing ,will Medicare help her How do we find out what type of financial help she can receive, ie: electircal, water etc.In her home. Will the state help with property tax?
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