1. How To Choose Your Living Accommodations When Seeking Custody

    One of the most difficult decisions during a divorce is figuring out the living accommodations for the child or the children. Not only can it be difficult to be away from your children when you’re used to seeing them everyday, but there are also considerations when it comes to child custody, which…Read More

  2. Myths About Child Support – Part Two

    In Part One Of Myths About Child Support, we covered three myths that many people believe, but are in fact not true. In today’s blog, we’ll be going over three additional myths about child support. At our family law firm, one of the areas that we focus on is child support. Our family law firm ha…Read More

  3. Myths About Child Support – Part One

    A lot of the information that we gather is from television, movies, magazines, and word of mouth. That means that it can be very easy to misinterpret data or to get misinformation. When it comes to child support and divorce, it’s essential that you know all of the facts. Without knowing basic fami…Read More

  4. How Joint Custody Works

    If you’re going through a child custody battle, then joint custody is something that you’ve probably heard a few times. Perhaps you’ve shot down the idea because you want full custody or your ex decided that joint custody wouldn’t work. Before you determine that joint custody isn’t for you…Read More

  5. Prepare For Divorce With These Tips

    Divorce can be a difficult decision to come to. Sometimes you just want it to work out so badly that you try and try and try to make it work. However, sometimes it’s best for the family if you make the difficult decision of getting divorced. If you’ve been thinking about divorce, then we strongl…Read More

  6. How To Dress In Family Law Court

    What you wear to court can make or break the judge’s decision. While it might not seem like a huge deal to show up in jeans and t-shirt, you’re trying to demonstrate why the judge should side with you. When you show up looking sloppy, it doesn’t truly make a great first impression. It’s impo…Read More

  7. When Can A Court Order Be Modified?

    Court modifications can be exceptionally beneficial to those who have gone through a divorce a few years previously and want to make some changes to their current situation. A court order can affect your day-to-day activities and a modification can help you smooth out those unnecessary bumps. Someti…Read More

  8. What Happens If You Don’t Pay Child Support

    Child support is something that brings up a lot of stress, anxiety, and frustration for both parties. The parent who is paying the child support may feel stressed out because they have to pay a certain amount of money until the child turns 19 years of age. The parent who is receiving the child supp…Read More

  9. Making The Most Out Of A Supervised Visitation

    One of the hardest parts of getting a divorce is how you’ll split your parenting time. It can be even more difficult if you have to participate in supervised visitation because of one or more issues that have transpired. Supervised visitation is a process that is supposed to protect the children f…Read More

  10. About The Parenting Plan

    In An Overview Of Visitation And Child Custody In Arizona, we covered the different types of custody and parenting time. If you are getting divorced and you’d like to have a stable environment for your child, then it’s vital that you develop a parenting plan that will keep everyone satisfied wit…Read More