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What Happens to Support Arrears Once Your Kids Are Grown?

It’s well known that child support obligations generally come to an end once the child is no longer a minor. However, child support arrears may have a much longer lifespan. Child Read More

What Is Reasonable Parenting Time for a Non-Custodial Parent?

In Arizona, non-custodial parents have the right to reasonable parenting time, formerly known as visitation. The law defines “reasonable” as sufficient to ensure that a child has frequent and continuing Read More

Divorce and Kids: When Is It Time to See a Therapist?

Divorce is hard on everyone involved, and often more so on children. During and after divorce, children are dealing with a lot of upheaval and, like you, probably have a Read More

What Happens to a Parent Who Fails to Pay Child Support?

Not making child support payments can result in harsh consequences, including fines and, in certain cases, prison time. Whether you forgot to pay or are unable to pay due to Read More

Pros and Cons of Prenuptial Agreements

For every article in popular media that focuses on the negative aspects of prenuptial agreements, another one is published that theorizes they make marriages stronger. Still others say prenups are Read More

How to Obtain the Most Parenting Time Possible After Divorce

Divorce is often hardest on the parent who is not awarded primary custody. Child parenting time can ease the painful separation, but in order to be meaningful, it should be Read More

How to Make Divorce Easier on Kids

Going through a divorce can be so all-consuming that it’s easy to lose perspective on how kids suffer when their parents break up. While you can’t take away all their Read More

How Retirement Benefits Are Divided in a Divorce

  Arizona is a community property state, where all assets acquired during a marriage are generally considered the joint property of both spouses, to be divided equally upon divorce. That concept Read More

Your Child Support Payer Is in Arrears: Now What?

If you are a divorced parent receiving child support, you have factored the payments into your budget and rely on them every month. But now your child’s other parent has Read More

Organize Your Finances for a Simpler Divorce

Even amicable divorces can run into unexpected snags, commonly over financial issues. Among the major tasks in any divorce is determining what property is part of the marital estate and Read More

Do You Have a Right to Visit Your Grandchildren After Divorce?

For children, divorce doesn’t just mean no longer living with both parents under one roof. It also means the end of familiar routines, including visits to see extended family. For Read More

What a Prenuptial Agreement Means for Marriage and Divorce

A prenuptial agreement may seem antithetical to what marriage is supposed to be about: love and commitment. But having an agreement in place serves a salutary purpose: deciding in advance Read More

Arizona Parenting Plans and Why You Need to Have One

If you are a parent contemplating or going through a divorce, you may be wondering about what your child’s new living arrangement will be and how you and your co-parent Read More

How U.S. Tax Law Changes Affect Alimony in Arizona

Arizona Tax Treatment of Alimony and Spousal Maintenance Federal law revisions that took effect in 2018 change how income from alimony (known as spousal maintenance in Arizona) is treated for tax Read More

Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure

Big changes happened on January 1st, 2019 as The Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure (ARFLP) were updated and went into effect January 1st, 2019. The updated Rules are not Read More

AZ IS A COMMUNITY PROPERTY STATE:

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. Community Read More

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