1. 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

  2. Are You Responsible for the Debts Of Your Spouse in a Divorce?

    The answer is: yes and no. The liability of debt is governed by A.R.S. § 25-215. It effectively states that any debt incurred during the course of the marriage that was intended to benefit the marriage is considered "community debt" for divorce purposes. This means that if you and your spouse have …Read More

  3. 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

  4. The Top Reasons For Divorce In Arizona

    The American Psychological Association reports that marriage by the age of 50 occurs in more than 90 percent of Western culture. Still, between 40 and 50 percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce. The reasons behind a divorce may vary and depend on the particular life circumstances of…Read More

  5. 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

  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. Who is Responsible for Mortgage Payments during Separation?

    A separation is a tool utilized by couples who are not sure about where their relationship is heading. The relationship may need a pause, in order for the couple to determine if they will work out their issues or proceed with a divorce. A separation however, is not permanent, whereas a divorce is th…Read More