1. Enforcement of Child Support Orders

    You have the right to child support payments coming in on a consistent basis, without delays and without having to argue with the noncustodial parent every time. Unfortunately, this is not the case for many Arizona parents. To be sure, 25 percent of parents do not receive any child support that they…Read More

  2. What is Split Custody?

    It Can be Harmful to be Split Up If one parent decides to move to another state or city and there are two children, why should the parent who stays (or the parent who leaves for that matter) get to have physical custody over both of the children when one could live with the father and one could live…Read More

  3. Pet Custody Lawyer

    If you could save only one piece of property from your home during a fire, what would it be? A family heirloom, your laptop, a photo album, your phone, a piece of jewelry? For many people, their most valuable item is not really an “item” at all, but a member of the family, albeit not a human mem…Read More

  4. Divorce and the Mortgage

    One of the most complicated and messy legal matters that must be addressed during divorce is that of the mortgage. “What will happen to our mortgage during the divorce?” is a question that family law attorneys hear all the time. There are many answers to this question, and your attorney will hel…Read More

  5. Three Types of Arizona Alimony

    Alimony, also called spousal support or spousal maintenance, is a useful tool for thousands of Arizona men and women who require short or long term financial assistance during or after marriage. An attorney can help you receive the monthly amount that you need to get through the next few months of d…Read More

  6. Serving Divorce Petitions In Arizona

    One of the fundamental rules of law, in divorces or any other civil cases, is that the responding parties must always have notice of the proceedings and an opportunity to be heard, which is why personal service is so important. However, personal service is not always possible, for various reasons. A…Read More

  7. Three Quick Reasons To Suspect Your Spouse Is Concealing Assets

    In many if not most divorces, the spouses are emotionally separated for months or even years before they physically separate and one of them files for divorce. These slow-fade divorces present ample opportunities for spouses to conceal financial assets from one another. A thorough discovery process …Read More

  8. Classifying Different Kinds Of Community Property: A Brief Primer

    In Arizona, all property acquired during the marriage, unless that property was a gift, is community property. Although the rule seems clear cut, there are many grey areas. For example, Wife might use funds from her paycheck (community property) to augment a retirement account she acquired before th…Read More