1. How Social Media Can Be Used as Evidence in Child Custody Battles

    Social media is to this generation what the .com boom was to the last. It is an ever changing, adapting, growing, and profit building enterprise that many cannot go a day without using. As one woman found out during a child custody dispute during her divorce, it is also something that can be used as…Read More

  2. Difference between Mediation & Arbitration

    Are you wondering about the difference between mediation & arbitration? There are pros and cons to each of these methods depending on your situation and while they are similar, they have some distinct differences. The primary difference between mediation and arbitration is simple: Arbitrators ha…Read More

  3. Parenting Plans: A Gift of Stability

    "What will happen now that my parents are in different houses?" "Where will I go to school?" "Where will I spend holidays?" These are common questions children may have once they know about a divorce. Even if they don't voice these concerns, they may be thinking these thoughts. A parenting plan prep…Read More

  4. Why Parenting Plans are Important

    There are many changes that children face in their lives when their parent’s divorce, and these types of changes have the potential to be very damaging. Parents are responsible for the care of their children, and divorce does not lessen this responsibility. In fact, a divorce may increase those re…Read More

  5. How Does the Court Decide Who Gets Child Custody in Arizona?

    Divorce is a challenging situation for parents and children. Not only do the divorcing spouses have to determine the manner in which property is split, they also have to determine the custody arrangement for their children. In many jurisdictions including Arizona, the family court system strives to …Read More

  6. How Domestic Violence Charges Can Affect Your Parental Rights

    What is Domestic Violence? Domestic violence is defined as a pattern of abusive behavior intended to control and exert power over the victim. The act is intended to inflict injury or harm to the victim. The abuse may be physical, sexual, emotional, mental, or economic. Damage to property, intimidati…Read More

  7. Benefits of a Parenting Coordinator

    When couples end up in family court due to problems in their relationship, their issues often spill over into the lives of their children. Some couples fight about the kids, including who will raise them or which parent is abusive. Court officials may have a tough time figuring out which person to b…Read More