1. Why Marriages Fail

    Divorce - just like marriage - is a life-altering event. Everyone is affected when a marriage ends in divorce. This includes the former couple, the children, family members and even friends. Even if the separation was an agreeable one, the process of divorce can be stressful and traumatic. The reaso…Read More

  2. Understanding Arizona Spousal Support

    Spousal support, often referred to as alimony, is money that one spouse pays to another during or after a divorce. Sometimes, alimony is paid during both these periods, depending on the circumstances. The reasoning behind this is that when spouses separate, one may be unable to pay for living expens…Read More

  3. Modifying Child Support

    It is not uncommon for a divorced parent’s affairs to change after a marriage has been dissolved, directly affecting his or her ability to provide child support as agreed upon in the divorce decree or child support agreement. People commonly think of child support as merely providing economic supp…Read More

  4. Grounds for Your Divorce

    Across the nation, couples are petitioning for divorce on a daily basis. Each state has its own unique grounds by which a dissolution of marriage may be granted by the appropriate presiding court. If you or someone you know is seeking a divorce, sufficient proof to the court that the marriage warra…Read More

  5. Divorce: Breaking the News to the Kids

    Divorce can be difficult – not only for the adults involved but for any minor children that are brought into this process. Several studies focus on how parents tell their children about divorce, but few address or even discuss the children’s reactions. While this conversation is not easy, it wi…Read More