As a general rule, arbitration clauses are upheld. Additionally, decisions of arbitrators are regarded with the same binding effect as court decisions. If the clause was challenged, an Arizona attorney could offer more meaningful insight after reviewing the contract in detail. Good luck
I am filing for divorce, we bought a house together under his name only after we had a foreclosure under my name. We were married a year after. we both have always paid 1/2 of the bills and even the down payment for the house was 1/2. we refinance and added my name 3 years ago. I do... Read more »
In Arizona you are entitled to 50% of the community assets and responsible for 50% of the community debt unless you have evidence to clearly demonstrate why there should be an inequitable distribution.
You need help to obtain your share of the community property and spousal support from your husband. If you cannot afford a lawyer you should contact Community Legal Services or the State Bar of Arizona Volunteer lawyers program. Either may be able to match you with an attorney who will work...Read more »
A medical office billed for two types of visits on one day, which they didn't perform. I got the bill and have sent them the dispute, called and left messages and then sent check for the one visit, writing pd in full on the check. They cashed it and now sent me a bill adding 32.00 for late... Read more »
Your best bet, on such an insignificant claim, is to either sue in small claims court, or turn over the matter to your State consumer protection agency. Double billing can also be a crime, in certain circumstances.
I received an award in arbitration and the arbitrator directed that I should submit a verified statement of costs, which I did, whereupon the other side served an objection stating that my filing fee costs and mailing costs were not recoverable under ARS 12-332. Is he correct?
Filing fees are normally requested as "fees of officers and witnesses" because the clerk of the court is an officer. However, strange things can happen in litigation. Talk to a local lawyer to verify.
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