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    Mesa, AZ 85213
    480-655-7440
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  • General Business Law at Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, P.C.

    General Business Law at Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, P.C Brad Denton Discusses General Business Law Video Transcription Brad Denton, Business Lawyer at Gunderson, Denton & Peterson: “You know, many of my clients are business owners and there are a lot…

    Introduction to Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, P.C.

    Introduction to Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, P.C. Introduction to Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, P.C. Video Transcription “At Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, our attorneys have been serving clients in the Phoenix area since 1987. All of our attorneys have worked at…

    New Home Buyer? Know Your Rights

    New Home Buyer? Know Your Rights Are you purchasing your first home? Congratulations! It’s a huge investment, and it comes with a lot of steps, paperwork and regulations. Luckily, you have many rights that will help protect you and your…

    How Business Owners Can Minimize The Cost Of Divorce

    How Business Owners Can Minimize The Cost Of Divorce Resolving the issues involved in any divorce can be costly. When a divorcing couple owns a business and didn’t enter a prenuptial agreement in regards to it, the cost of divorce…

    Two Plans For Immigration Reform: What Do They Propose?

    Two Plans For Immigration Reform: What Do They Propose? Immigration has been a hot political topic with one resounding and seemingly universal theme: Immigration policy in America is in need of major reform. The problem is that no serious attempts…

    Starting Your Own Business vs Buying a Franchise

    Starting Your Own Business vs Buying a Franchise Owning your own business has a lot of appeal. You get to be your own boss, be completely in charge of your own future and have the freedom to make your own…

    The difference between a contract that falls under the UCC and one that does not and why it is important to you

    The difference between a contract that falls under the UCC and one that does not and why it is important to you When dealing with contracts, it is important to understand that there are two possible general bodies of law…

    Jose S. Testimonial

    Jose S. Testimonial I would like to take this time to let you know that today I had my interview for citizenship. All went well, it took 15 minutes and I was nervous the whole time. Now all I have…

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    V. Blumen Testimonial

    V. Blumen Testimonial I am an out of state real estate investor looking for distressed properties in Arizona. I was looking for a good lawyer to help me out on a closing and give me some general advice and counsel….

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    Nathan W. Testimonial

    Nathan W. Testimonial I hired Mr. Millett to create an operating agreement for a newly started real estate business. Millett was honest and straightforward throughout the entire process, and completed the work well before the deadline we discussed. Communication was…

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    Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona’s SB1070 and the Potential Effects on Arizona Residents

    Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona’s SB1070 and the Potential Effects on Arizona Residents The Supreme Court both upheld and struck down key provisions from SB1070 on Monday, June 25, 2012. Providing no ruling on the constitutionality of the legislation in…

    Estate Planning Moves to Make Before the End of 2012

    Estate Planning Moves to Make Before the End of 2012 (because of the pending changes in estate and gift tax laws) As the year 2012 comes to a close, there are several changes regarding estate and gift tax laws that…

    Application for Naturalization

    Lawyers for estate planning and immigration in Mesa, Arizona

    Application for Naturalization Q: When I applied for Naturalization six years ago, I was afraid to admit the truth when the Officer asked me who the father of my child had been. They denied my application and told me I…

    Can Employers Limit Employees’ Use of Social Media?

    Can Employers Limit Employees’ Use of Social Media? (National Labor Relations Act) With the communication explosion of social media, can an employer prohibit or monitor an employee’s criticism about the employer, work, or compensation through the channels of social media? …

    The Estate’s Responsibilities to Creditors and the Basics of Transferring the Estate

    The Estate’s Responsibilities to Creditors and the Basics of Transferring the Estate Dealing with and planning for death is never an easy thing.  However, it is important to plan ahead and understand the basics of transferring the estate.  When considering…

    Mediation: how it works and why you should try to make it work

    Mediation: how it works and why you should try to make it work The use of mediation and other forms of dispute resolution are increasing as people become aware of how it can help settle disputes quickly and inexpensively.  People…

    Sheriff Joe Arpaio on Trial

    Sheriff Joe Arpaio on Trial – The American Civil Liberties Union and Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund Step in to Assist The Maricopa County Sheriff, Joe Arpaio, known for his open and verbally forward opinions on illegal immigration,…

    Problems with Decision-Making in an LLC

    Problems with Decision-Making in an LLC Although there are many benefits that a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) entity may provide for your company, there is inherent potential for problems with decision-making. To avoid problems with decision-making in your LLC, it…

    Finance Options for Your Business

    Finance Options for Your Business Whether creating, restructuring, or expanding your business, there are several options to finance your business. Among these are four major sources: (1) direct financing through a bank, (2) angel investors and venture capitalists, (3) privately…

    Why Should Your Company Not Go Public?

    Reposted from businesslawpost.com – Why Should Your Company Not Go Public? THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 2012 Why Should Your Company Not Go Public? I keep thinking about what happened during the Facebook IPO, – the so much anticipated, talked about IPO….

    How do I buy an existing business?

    How do I buy an existing business? Crafting a sales agreement that will maximize your return on investment and limit liabilities   Large risks are involved when starting a business. According to the Small Business Administration, only half of new…

    Estate Planning: What are the risks of creating your own plan?

    Estate Planning: What are the risks of creating your own plan? With the help of online tools and books, thousands of people bypass lawyers to create their own wills, powers of attorney and other estate planning documents. The pros and…

    How the “U Visa” Can Help Protect Victims of Crimes

    How the “U Visa” Can Help Protect Victims of Crimes Immigrants who are victims of serious crimes in the United States need no longer fear deportation when reporting serious crimes, even if their stay in the U.S. is illegal. To…

    Dennis O. Review

    I deeply appreciate the outstanding service and legal assistance I received from Mr. Bert Millett. I recently had to seek legal advice concerning the selling of my home in Mesa and I was extremely pleased with the immediate attention he…

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    Questions Employers May and May Not ask Potential Employees in an Interview

    Questions Employers May and May Not ask Potential Employees in an Interview Employment anti-discrimination laws prohibit employers from asking interview questions that discriminate illegally. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of…

    How Business Owners can avoid Personal Liability if others attempt to Pierce the Corporate Veil

    How Business Owners can avoid Personal Liability if others attempt to Pierce the Corporate Veil Generally, owners of corporations and limited liability companies are not personally liable for business liabilities.  However, under some situations, courts allow creditors to “pierce the…

    THE “WILLFUL AND MALICIOUS” INJURY EXCEPTION TO DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY

    THE “WILLFUL AND MALICIOUS” INJURY EXCEPTION TO DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY Unexpected circumstances and overwhelming debt can happen to almost anyone. For many individuals struggling with insurmountable debt, the only chance that they have to ever get out of debt is…

    How Can an Employee Handbook affect the Employment Relationship?

    How Can an Employee Handbook affect the Employment Relationship? Ensuring that the employee handbook does not create unnecessary restrictions Employers have expectations of their employees, just as employees have expectations of their employer.  An employee handbook is one of the…

    Negotiating Your Commercial Lease

    Negotiating Your Commercial Lease Making sure you are not on the wrong side of a one-sided agreement Most businesses lease the property where they do business. The lease can be a significant investment for a business, and sometimes can even…

    Real Estate Refinances, Short Sales or Foreclosures

    Real Estate Refinances, Short Sales or Foreclosures Mark Twain once said, “It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.” If you purchased or refinanced residential property between…

    LLC Publication Requirement – present and future

    Originally Published – LLC Publication Requirement – present and future THURSDAY, MAY 6, 2010 LLC Publication Requirement – present and future Since 1994 New York has required LLCs (as well as LPs) to publish a notice of formation in two…

    What Do Franchisors Have To Disclose To Franchisees?

    What Do Franchisors Have To Disclose To Franchisees? Mesa Arizona Business Attorney Article On Franchise Disclosure Franchise Law Disclosure Requirements The requirements of the Federal Trade Commission’s Franchise Rule The franchise industry is large and growing larger.  The U.S. Census…

    Bert Millett Joins Gunderson, Denton & Peterson as Associate Attorney

    Bert Millett Joins Gunderson, Denton & Peterson as Associate Attorney Gunderson, Denton & Peterson welcomes Bert Millett to our firm as an Associate Attorney.  Bert focuses his practice primarily on Business Law, Real Estate Law and contract issues.  He prides…

    Ken B. Review

    I don’t know about the other guys… but Mark Egan (atty) and Debbi Mitchell (paralegal) have been great. I had to do an i601 and i212 for my wife (who is from Fiji). He told me he had only done…

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    Cheryl B. Review

    I would like to recommend Mr. Brad Denton and his firm for your legal matters. I had a matter that I presented to him after another attorney said I should settle for a very meger amount. That amount would not…

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