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    Protecting Yourself Against Domestic Violence

    Date posted: June 20, 2017

    Domestic violence can occur between spouses or other family members. It may range from angry outbursts and controlling behavior to physical or sexual assaults, resulting in serious and potentially life-threatening injuries for victims. The courts take accusations of domestic violence seriously, and an experienced family law attorney can help you in taking the actions needed […]


    Guidelines For Marital Property Division In Divorce

    Date posted: June 12, 2017

    During any type of divorce proceeding, including where the couple involved is on amicable terms, conflicts can arise over the division of money, property, and debts. If they are unable to resolve the issue and reach a mutual agreement with the help of their attorneys, the family law judge presiding over their divorce will issue […]


    Enforcing Child Support Payments

    Date posted: June 9, 2017

    Parents have the legal duty to provide for their child. While you cannot force someone to be a part of your child’s life, you can get an order enforcing financial support. Whether you are divorced or a single parent, a child support order can ensure your child gets valuable benefits they may be entitled to, […]


    Child Custody in Arizona

    Date posted: April 25, 2017

    Determining child custody after the dissolution of your marriage or the end of your relationship may be a main source of dispute. When ex-spouses or ex-partners cannot come to a harmonious parenting agreement on their own or through mediation, an Arizona court will step in and make the determination for them. There are many factors […]


    Child Support Modifications

    Date posted: April 20, 2017

    The final divorce decree that officially separates you from your spouse is not necessarily the end of a divorce. Depending on your circumstances, this can be either fortunate or unfortunate. Regardless, the flexibility in a divorce decree can impact you or your ex-spouse’s child support obligations, if it can be proven that there has been […]


    I Was Served Divorce Papers. Now What?

    Date posted: April 14, 2017

    Even though a marriage has turned sour and started to unravel, it can still come as a shock when divorce papers are served. Getting an official document issued from the court with your name on it under the title, “Original Petition for Divorce” makes it a reality. Now what? Original Petition for Divorce If your […]


    What You Should Know About The AAML Child Centered Guidelines

    Date posted: April 10, 2017

    One of the most difficult aspects of a separation or divorce is deciding how to share responsibility and custody of the children. There is a commonly used phrase that courts use when making a ruling about custody; “the best interest of the child,” but what does it mean? If the parents cannot come to mutually […]


    If My Child Support Ends, Does My Spousal Support Increase?

    Date posted: April 4, 2017

    Child support and spousal support (sometimes referred to as alimony) have different purposes and are often awarded independently of each other. Child support typically ends when the child turns 18 or graduates high school (if he or she turned 18 before they graduated). This money is meant to be used to for the expenses incurred […]


    What is Supervised Visitation?

    Date posted: March 20, 2017

    When parents are divorced and a child visitation order is created by the courts, supervised visitation may be one of the stipulations for the noncustodial parent. Normally, supervised visitation requires the noncustodial parent to visit with their child on a set date at a specific time, while supervised by a designated adult. While most child […]


    What Violates the Rights of a Parent to Visitation?

    Date posted: March 15, 2017

    In Phoenix family law, the rights of a noncustodial parent regarding visitation with their child are normally determined by family court and outlined in a child custody order. The courts try to reduce the emotional toll divorce can cause for children and parents by encouraging visitation with the noncustodial parents on a regular basis. However, […]