Category: Divorce and Family Law

5 Questions to Ask Your Divorce Lawyer During the First Consultation

It is especially important to know what questions you should ask an Arizona divorce attorney when you meet for the first time. This helps you get the most out of your consultation and ensures that you are comfortable moving forward with this attorney. Below are key questions to ask your divorce attorney during your consultation. […]

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Written by on September 14, 2022

Understanding Property Division in Your Divorce

Each state has its own laws and procedures when it comes to the various aspects of ending a marriage. Things like child support, spousal support, and custody orders can look quite different depending on which state your marriage occurred in (or which state it ends in). Property division after a divorce is no exception. While […]

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Written by on September 12, 2022

Mediation and Arizona Family Law

Serious conflict within your relationship or family can be a devastating situation that requires legal measures to move forward. However, if proceeding directly to litigation in family court sounds daunting to you, consider whether you and your loved one can address the issue outside the courtroom with a trained professional. First, you must determine whether […]

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Written by on August 16, 2022

Debt and Divorce in Arizona

When a married couple proceeds with divorce, there are several sensitive matters to address. Those commonly mentioned are child custody and visitation arrangements, division of property, and the division of assets. However, these are not the only important financial considerations during a divorce. Just as important is the process of assessing the debts the couple […]

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Written by on July 29, 2022

How Relocation Can Affect Child Custody in Arizona

Life moves on after divorce. For some divorced parents, this will mean moving to a new home, a new city, or even a different state to pursue career opportunities, life goals, or new relationships. When a divorced parent has custody of their minor child pursuant to a court order, there are rules and regulations that […]

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Written by on July 25, 2022

Establishing Paternity in Arizona

Establishing paternity in Arizona involves the legal process of identifying the father of a child, particularly in couples who are unmarried, or in people who may be married, but not to each other. This legal process helps to establish the parental rights a father may have regarding his biological children. Unfortunately, without any legal proof […]

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Written by on July 20, 2022

Postnuptial agreements in Arizona

When you get married, almost every aspect of your life becomes shared with your spouse. As a result, a great deal of change can occur. Because of this, many people decide to sign prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. These legal arrangements can help to create boundaries between the various rights and assets of each spouse involved. […]

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Written by on July 14, 2022

An Analysis of the Arizona Divorce Stats and Rate

Divorce is an unfortunate reality for many adults throughout the world, including Arizona. There are many reasons couples pursue a divorce. Whether the inciting reasons are clear and divorce results from infidelity, abuse, or neglect, or the divorce is simply a matter of “growing apart,” losing passion, or developing newer and differing goals from one […]

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Written by on June 29, 2022

Spousal Maintenance in Arizona

Divorce is a stressful and emotionally charged process that even the most agreeable spouses must go through to separate legally and begin the next phase of their lives apart. In divorce proceedings, many essential aspects of life after divorce must be addressed and resolved, one of which is spousal maintenance (commonly referred to as alimony). […]

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Written by on June 4, 2022

Arizona Divorce Versus Annulment

Annulments and divorces are recognized as two very different actions under the law. Learn more about how they differ and what may be right for your situation.

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Written by on May 26, 2022