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CONSIDERATION FOR SPOUSEL MAINTENCE (F.K.A. ALIMONY):

The information contained below is based upon our interpretation of the statutes, our experience in family law and what we think most judges will order with this experience in mind. The statutory basis is set out in the Arizona Revised Statues §25-319 which requires the court to consider some important items. The most significant of […]

PATH TO SUCCESS:

The information contained below is based upon our interpretation of the statutes, our experience in family law and what we think most judges will order with this experience in mind. In family law, many situations look hopeless to the parties going through the problem. However, there is always hope that if one does the right […]

EFFECTIVE DATE:

The information contained below is based upon our interpretation of the statutes, our experience in family law and what we think most judges will order with this experience in mind. In family law litigation, actions will be filed with the court but will not be heard or ruled upon until sometime later. So, the question […]

Do Couples Need To Go To Court For An Arizona Divorce?

If you choose an uncontested divorce, you can potentially go through the process without a hearing or a trial, provided you meet certain basic requirements and precisely follow procedures. However, the law has many rules, so you still need experienced legal support to help ensure you do not find yourself standing before a judge unexpectedly. […]

Does Arizona Covenant Marriage Prevent Divorce?

Entering into a covenant marriage — which is not an easy process — requires couples to undergo pre-marital counseling and present a sworn affidavit as part of the marriage certificate application process. Couples who enter into a covenant marriage sign a promise to seek marital counseling in the event of marital difficulties. However, the actual […]

Can Both Spouses Use The Same Attorney To Dissolve Their Arizona Marriage?

You and your spouse may fully intend to divorce amicably and, before you begin the divorce process, you may believe you already reached agreement on all the important settlement issues. However, sharing one lawyer for your divorce is not allowed under ethical rules, responsibilities and obligations that an attorney must adhere to. Both parties need […]

Can I Withhold Parenting Time If My Spouse Fails To Make Child Support Payments?

Failing to pay court-ordered child support is illegal under Arizona law. However, withholding court-ordered parenting time is also illegal. If your spouse succumbs to financial challenges that make continued child support payments impossible, they need to obtain a modification from the courts. Similarly, if your spouse stops making the payments, you need to take legal […]

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