Angelica Van Balen

Angelica Van Balen

Senior Corporate Transactional Paralegal

Angelica Romo serves as a Paralegal for Rose Law Group pc. Before joining the Rose Law Group team in 2014, she worked in a hospital and medical office setting bringing with her seven years of administrative and office experience. Angelica obtained her Associates degree in Science and Paralegal Certificate in 2013 and is currently attending Grand Canyon University for her Bachelor’s degree of Science in Justice Studies. She is also a member of the Maricopa County Bar Association in the Paralegal Division. Angelica has a passion for helping others and overcoming challenges.

In The News

Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, cannabis department director, on Arizona’s marijuana lottery

By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic Thirteen fortunate businesses on Monday won the lottery, literally, giving them the multi-million dollar opportunity to run marijuana dispensaries, farms and processing plants in rural Arizona counties. The new dispensary licenses are each designated for a specific county with fewer than two marijuana dispensaries operating today. The lottery follows Arizona voters’ approval of Proposition

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Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner and equine law director, on the next level in office amenities: Wild horses

By Adam Popescu | New York Times STOREY COUNTY, Nev. — You can’t ride the wild mustangs at the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center in Nevada, but you’re nearly guaranteed to see bands of them loping over sagebrush in a scene that feels straight out of the 1800s. At least until the dust clears and Tesla’s 5.3-million-square-foot “Gigafactory” comes into focus. Welcome

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Recreational marijuana sales neared $3M in first 10 days; Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner and cannabis department director, provides insight

By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic Dispensaries in Arizona rang up at least $2.9 million in recreational sales in the first 10 days adults 21 and older were allowed to purchase marijuana without a medical card, according to data from the Arizona Department of Revenue. Arizona voters approved adult use of marijuana in November via Proposition 207, and state health

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