For the second time in 45 years, Arizona is poised to play a revolutionary role in changing the paradigm of how lawyers approach the consumer law market. And several sectors of the legal industry are watching what comes next.

In eliminating restrictions on outside ownership of law firms starting in January, the state’s Supreme Court could pave the way for a proliferation of new legal businesses looking to assist individuals with needs like wills, divorces and real estate transfers.

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