1. 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

  2. Child Custody and Timesharing Plans

    Few issues are more sensitive and potentially volatile in family law proceedings than matters impacting children. Whether you are unmarried or are going through a divorce, both you and the other parent have rights and responsibilities as parents, and in cases where custody is contested, it is the co…Read More

  3. Protecting Yourself Against Domestic Violence

    Domestic violence can occur between spouses or other family members. It may range from angry outbursts and controlling behavior to physical or sexual assaults, resulting in serious and potentially life-threatening injuries for victims. The courts take accusations of domestic violence seriously, and …Read More

  4. Guidelines For Marital Property Division In Divorce

    During any type of divorce proceeding, including where the couple involved is on amicable terms, conflicts can arise over the division of money, property, and debts. If they are unable to resolve the issue and reach a mutual agreement with the help of their attorneys, the family law judge presiding …Read More

  5. Enforcing Child Support Payments

    Parents have the legal duty to provide for their child. While you cannot force someone to be a part of your child’s life, you can get an order enforcing financial support. Whether you are divorced or a single parent, a child support order can ensure your child gets valuable benefits they may be en…Read More

  6. Child Custody in Arizona

    Determining child custody after the dissolution of your marriage or the end of your relationship may be a main source of dispute. When ex-spouses or ex-partners cannot come to a harmonious parenting agreement on their own or through mediation, an Arizona court will step in and make the determination…Read More

  7. Do Not Struggle Alone

    The "Ask Amy" advice column in the Arizona Daily Star recently featured a sad, but quite common, situation that many spouses encounter. The spouse, an unhappy wife, explained her situation:   We have been married for eight years. After we were married, I bought a house (encouraged by him, he is a …Read More

  8. How Does an Arizona Court Determine Alimony?

    Alimony is money that is paid by one spouse on a regular basis, or in one lump sum, to a former spouse as a result of a court order or agreement by the parties after a divorce. Also referred to as spousal support or maintenance, alimony is intended to preserve the economic status of both parties, as…Read More

  9. How Remarrying Affects Arizona Alimony

    Alimony, commonly referred to as spousal support or spousal maintenance in some states across the nation, can help ease the financial difficulties that often arise out of a divorce. Generally, alimony can be temporary or permanent, depending on the particular circumstances of the case. Alimony requi…Read More