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Setting the Bar With Top Trial Lawyer Dennis Wilenchik

Arizona attorney Dennis Wilenchik has experienced and witnessed it all over his 39-year career as an expert civil and white collar criminal litigation attorney.

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Dennis Wilenchik: Top Trial Lawyer

It comes as no surprise that attorney Dennis Wilenchik has consistently been named “Best Trial Lawyer” over the years in AFM’s annual Best of Our Valley, while being dubbed a “Superlawyer” and listed among the top lawyers in both Arizona and in the U.S.

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Keeping the Peace: The Aurit Center for Divorce Mediation

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Introduction by Alyssa DeMember

IN A WORLD OF CUTTHROAT COURT BATTLES, child custody issues and fighting over finances, The Aurit Center for Divorce Mediation seeks to change the way we approach the subject of divorce. Michael and Karen Aurit are transforming the divorce process into something that does not need to be ugly. As co-founders of the leading family mediation firm in the Valley, this husband-and-wife team is committed to making divorce more peaceful.

One moment after stepping into The Aurit Center’s North Scottsdale office, visitors can feel the divorce...

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Celebrity Divorce: Confidential

 By Michael Aurit, JD, MDR and Karen Aurit, MA

Co-Founders, The Aurit Center For Divorce Mediation

Located in Scottsdale, AZ

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Trace Adkins and his wife were the latest to do it. 

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin put it on the map. Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren decided to do it even after a terrible public break-up. Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman did it. Jennifer Garner...

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Dear Divorce Mediators: Does It Matter Who Files First?

By Michael Aurit, JD, MDR and Karen Aurit, MA, 
Co-Founders of The Aurit Center For Divorce Mediation 
Located in Scottsdale, Arizona

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DEAR DIVORCE MEDIATORS: I think I need to file for divorce because my Husband will never file first. I don’t want to cause a huge blow, and feel bad about filing, but I don’t see any other way. I just know I can’t stay married any longer.

Do I need to “serve” him with divorce papers? Is there any way he won’t see this as an attack? – FILE-SHY IN PHOENIX

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