The Indian Child Welfare Act

The Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) is a federal law that was enacted in 1978, at a time when a disproportionate number of Indian children were being removed from their homes and placed with non-Native adoptive and foster families. Today, ICWA continues to preserve...

5 Must Have Estate Planning Documents

Estate Planning-5 Essential Documents you Must Have When estate planning is mentioned, a lot of people think that this only means drafting a will or a trust and you’re done. Nonetheless, estate planning entails a lot of other factors that ensure that your assets are...

Employment Law & Overtime Law Violations

Employment Law and Overtime Employment Violations Employment laws, or labor laws are the guidelines that have been put in place by the Navajo Nation legal system in an attempt to protect the rights and livelihood of employees throughout the state. In other words,...

Divorce Planning: What to bring your Attorney

Divorce Planning As you are planning your first visit with your divorce attorney, it is a good idea to do some divorce planning. We are committed to representing your interests. To do so adequately, we ask that you gather together the following documents and bring...

Durable Powers of Attorney in Wills and Estate Planning

No one is immune to aging or the loss of mental focus that may come with it, Furthermore, you may fall ill any day and be unable to handle any financial transactions or business in life, this includes making key financial decisions. No one likes to think of such...