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Flagstaff Symphony Conductor Candidate Concert Series
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Visas Available for Non-Citizens who are Victims or Survivors of Crimes
AWD Law is committed to providing pro-bono or low-cost assistance to individuals who qualify for the following immigration relief.
Arizona Short-Term Vacation Rentals – Your rights change in 2017
In May, 2012, Governor Doug Ducey signed Senate Bill 1350, which seeks to protect residential property owners’ rights to rent their homes for short-term “vacation” rentals. Notably, SB 1350 will have a big impact on the various zoning ordinances and restrictions currently in place in Coconino and Yavapai counties and the cities of Flagstaff and Sedona.

The chief provision of SB 1350 makes it illegal for Arizona towns, cities, or counties to prohibit property owners from using their residential property as short-term rentals (usually defined as rentals for periods of less than thirty days). SB 1350 became effective on January 1, 2017, and now Arizona residents cannot be restricted from offering their home for short-term rentals on websites such as Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO...
AWD LAW is a proud sponsor of the Sedona Trail Keeper Program
AWD LAW is a proud sponsor of the Sedona Trail Keeper Program. We are one of only 25 local businesses, who collectively, with the help of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau and the City of Sedona, will contribute $250,000 over the next five years to protect, enhance and maintain Sedona’s amazing trails.
AWD LAW Attorney Kathryn Mahady, proven immigration law attorney
AWD LAW attorney Kathryn Mahady is a proven immigration law attorney, and will be happy to provide you with information or assist you if you have been a victim of a crime. Kate is always available to provide information for law enforcement, healthcare providers, and others who share similar duties.
AWD LAW Attorney Colleen Maring represents
AWD LAW pro bono client Brian Eftenoff paints Christmas cards in prison while he waits for the Ninth Circuit to recognize his innocence in the death of his wife seventeen years ago. This past summer, AWD LAW attorney Colleen Maring won Brian the right to have the Ninth Circuit review his case. Arguments will begin early February.

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