Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&A
- Business Law
- Construction Law
- Foreclosure Defense
- Landlord Tenant
Additional Practice Areas
- Corporate Law
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- English: Spoken, Written
- Professional Experience
- Former law clerk to Chief Bankruptcy Judge Honorable Robert G. Mooreman Extensive experience in bankruptcy and commercial litigation Seasoned in construction litigation, including prosecution and defense of construction defect issues and mechanic's liens, subcontractor contract review, change order issues, payment rights and remedies
- Drake University Law School
- J.D. (1992)
- Honors: J.D. with Honors
- University of Arizona
- Arizona State Bar
- Civic Service
- Activities: American Bankruptcy Institute, Member Arizona State Bar, Bankruptcy Section, Chair of the Technology Committee Maricopa County Bar, Member Turnaround Management Association, Member
Websites & Blogs
- Neal's page on Jaburg Wilk website
- BusinessLawGuy's Blog
3 Questions Answered
- Q. Me and my wife are buying a house my credit is not too good the loan is in her name they want me to sign a disclaimer
- A: The prior response is correct. This occurs where one spouse has bad credit. Once the sale goes through your wife can (or not) deed the home into both of your names.
- Q. A seller is unable to sell do to previous recording errors. We have entered into a sales contract before being informed.
- A: You should be able to work with a title company and or attorney to resolve the issues. The title company should be the starting point to find out what corrective documents need to be recorded before a deed transferring the property to you can be recorded.
- Q. I am a black card member at planet fitness and have not gone in 7 months and will be charged a cancellation fee.
- A: If you signed a contract that is where you need to start. It would speak to cancellation fees and dues. I doubt there is a basis to request return of the dues for the past 7 months.
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