Amica Acritelli is the lead family law paralegal at Rose Law Group pc. Being an Arizona native, she graduated from Phoenix College with her Associates Degree in Applied Science for Paralegal Studies in December 2011. She was lucky enough to secure a position in the legal field prior to obtaining her Paralegal Degree and has been working primarily in family law since 2011. She also has probate, litigation, criminal and appellate experience.
In her free time, Amica enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, playing softball and enjoying the outdoors.
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Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner and family law director, on the impact of recreational marijuana on co-parenting plans in Arizona
By Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner and family law director| Scottsdale Independent, AZ Big Media Important questions remain about how the passage of Prop. 207, Arizona’s recreational marijuana initiative, will impact existing co-parenting plans as well as divorce and child custody cases. As dispensaries in Arizona actively begin to apply for recreational licenses — now is the
DCS accountability bill for adoptive families advances; Kaine Fisher, Rose Law Group partner and family law director, voices support
(3TV/CBS 5 Screenshot) By Nicole Crites | AZFamily PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – It’s the first week back to work for lawmakers at the Arizona state capitol. And one of the first bills to be read in committee got approved unanimously. SB 1018 pushes the Department of Child Safety to support families who adopt out of foster care when their kids
Everything you need to know about prenups and postnups — with Audra Petrolle, Rose Law Group family law attorney
By Madelaine Braggs | Rose Law Group Reporter Pre/postnuptial agreements can be awkward to discuss with your partner, maybe even considered taboo, but Rose Law Group family law attorney Audra Petrolle is here to guide you through it. Petrolle says these documents can be customized for your needs and provide extra security in the case of a divorce. Remember, “security is sexy.”