1. Holding Your Ex-Spouse in Contempt for Unpaid Child Support

    You have custody over your child and your ex-spouse continually fails to pay court-ordered child support. What can you do? Fortunately, under Arizona law, there are multiple remedies available for a court to enforce child support obligations. Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act Numerous re…Read More

  2. Divorce Settlement is What You Make of It

    When a couple gets divorced, many people assume the worst. They expect discord, arguments, and lengthy, expensive litigation. But it does not have to be this way. Whether your divorce is an ugly process or an easy and painless process is based largely on the intent of the divorcing parties. If you b…Read More

  3. An Overview of Child Custody Law in Arizona

    If you are getting divorced and have children, one of the most contentious and emotionally difficult issues is custody. It is important to go into a divorce mediation or court hearing with an understanding of what to expect.  Understanding Legal Custody You and your spouse will need to agree on cus…Read More

  4. Understanding the Peculiar Covenant Marriage Available in Arizona

    Arizona has a specific law allowing couples to enter into a “covenant marriage.” But beware - this form of marriage comes with severe limitations if you decide to separate from your significant other. What is a Covenant Marriage? Under A.R.S. § 25-906, the state of Arizona incorporated a differ…Read More

  5. You May Not Need a Divorce – Understanding Arizona Annulment Law

    Annulment and divorce are similar in the sense that they make a determination about marital status. They are effectively distant cousins in the legal family. Nevertheless, there are important differences between them that you need to understand. Key Distinction Between Annulment and Divorce Divorce …Read More