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What You Need to Know About Rule 69 Agreements

Divorce proceedings can be complex and emotionally taxing. In Arizona, couples seeking dissolution of their marriage may find relief through Rule 69 agreements. As outlined in Arizona Rule of Family Read More

Enforcing Your Parenting Time Rights in Arizona

Arizona public policy favors stable and consistent relationships between children and parents, even after separation or divorce. This is carried out by court-ordered parenting plans that outline specific times each Read More

Finding Solutions for Conflicts Over Child Custody

Divorce is usually hard on the children, and even more so when their parents are fighting over who the children will live with. Courts in Arizona generally favor a shared Read More

The Effect of a Preliminary Injunction in a Divorce

One of the most contentious issues in a divorce is property division. This process might seem to be automatic, since Arizona’s community property law deems all property acquired during a Read More

Steps for Seeking Grandparental Visitation Rights

Grandparents sometimes find themselves isolated from their grandchildren in varied circumstances, such as when the grandchildren’s parents are divorced or separated. Courts respect the fact that children often benefit from Read More

Benefits of Using Mediation in an Arizona Divorce

If you’re getting divorced, the word “mediation” is one that you'll likely encounter. Judges in Arizona, as in other states, often order mediation in divorce cases, particularly when disagreements arise Read More

Is an Alimony Award Best Determined Through Mediation?

Alimony, which is referred to as spousal maintenance in Arizona, is a payment that one party to a divorce makes to help the other stay on solid financial footing. While Read More

When Is a Postnuptial Agreement Valid in Arizona?

Sometimes during the course of a marriage, concerns arise between spouses about how their financial assets would be divided in the event of a divorce. For couples who did not Read More

What You Need to Show to Modify Spousal Maintenance

Spousal maintenance — known familiarly as alimony — is money that one spouse pays after a divorce to help the other spouse maintain a certain standard of living. While maintenance Read More

Special Considerations for Going Through Gray Divorce

Every divorce can present unique challenges and concerns. This is no less true for those divorcing later in life. “Gray divorce” — which generally refers to divorcing spouses who are Read More

Using Online Apps To Make Your Parenting Plan Work Better

Divorced parents can often feel like they are facing a never-ending stream of details about where their children are and where they may need to be. Thankfully, with the rise Read More

What is Rule 69 Agreement and Can it Be Helpful in Your Divorce?

When going through a divorce, there are multiple issues that need to be resolved, such as property division, spousal maintenance, child custody and child support. Making the process as straightforward Read More

Finding a Parenting Time Schedule That Suits Your Family

After a divorce or legal separation involving children, it is common for one parent to have custody and the other to be allowed to spend time with the children on Read More

Why You Should Have a Lawyer in Your Uncontested Divorce

It’s common to think of an uncontested divorce as one in which the spouses agree on everything. That is why couples who just want a clean break sometimes opt for Read More

Why Teenagers Refuse Visitation and What to Do About It

Teenagers can be difficult in the best of situations, but divorced or separated parents might find that teenagers rebel against the parenting time schedule put in place by the court. Read More

Mistakes to Avoid in a High Net Worth Divorce

Going through a divorce often involves division of marital property, which can be difficult no matter how much the spouses possess. But for wealthier couples, property division is far more Read More

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