1. Arizona Uses Social Media to Call Out “Deadbeat” Parents

    Arizona governor Doug Ducey has authorized public shaming on social media to call attention to parents who are evading child support obligations, according to an NBC News report. The newly launched campaign posts the photos and names of parents failing to pay child support, along with the amount of …Read More

  2. Fountain Hills Military Families & Child Time Sharing

    A military family has unique issues with which it deals from bouts of separation, mental and physical injuries for the soldier abroad, and constant relocation. For those who have gone through a divorce, the challenges are just as particular - especially because many family law systems vary from stat…Read More

  3. How Does an Arizona Court Determine Alimony?

    Alimony is money that is paid by one spouse on a regular basis, or in one lump sum, to a former spouse as a result of a court order or agreement by the parties after a divorce. Also referred to as spousal support or maintenance, alimony is intended to preserve the economic status of both parties, as…Read More

  4. Military Veteran Ordered to Pay Alimony to Jailed Ex-Husband

    Deanna Gulli, a retired veteran, was married to her husband Ronald for almost three decades and had two children during the course of the relationship. After 28 years of marriage, Ronald was arrested, charged and convicted for child pornography and sexual misconduct with a minor, according to a 22 N…Read More

  5. How Remarrying Affects Arizona Alimony

    Alimony, commonly referred to as spousal support or spousal maintenance in some states across the nation, can help ease the financial difficulties that often arise out of a divorce. Generally, alimony can be temporary or permanent, depending on the particular circumstances of the case. Alimony requi…Read More

  6. Seven Reasons Why a Prenuptial Agreement May Be Right For You

    Although it is anything but romantic, the creation of a prenuptial agreement may be more important than many think, especially if the circumstances call for such a document. Prenuptial agreements are not just for the rich and famous; often these legal documents provide for both the financial well-be…Read More

  7. What Factors Influence Whether I Can Relocate with My Child?

    Within the context of family, relocation occurs when one parent decides move a child or children from the current home after a divorce. Arizona, like many other states in the nation, have particular rules and requirements in order to do so and a court may or may not allow the relocation depending on…Read More