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Spouse Won’t Sign Divorce Papers and Doesn’t Want A Divorce

Connect with Family Law Attorneys Scottsdale Divorce Lawyers Get Help Now Spouse Won’t Sign Divorce Papers? Here’s What You Need to Know If your spouse does not want a divorce, getting them to sign divorce papers can be next to impossible. As divorce attorneys, we understand how challenging that is. However, in most Arizona divorce

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Collecting Child Support When the Other Parent Moves Out of State

Collecting Child Support When the Other Parent Moves Out of State

Divorce can require you to address several challenging and emotionally draining issues, including child custody and child support. As a divorced parent, you understand the importance of financial support for your children. In fact, many parents rely on support payments to ensure they can cover their child’s basic needs and expenses. Unfortunately, you may find

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What Happens When Co-Parents Can’t Agree

What Happens When Co-Parents Can’t Agree On Childhood Vaccinations?

Many parents who are divorced or living separately share custody of their children. This means they not only share physical time with their children but also share legal custody. Legal custody refers to the authority to make important decisions for the child’s life, including regarding healthcare, education, and religion. One of the most contentious issues

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Tax Season And We’re Separated

Tax Season And We’re Separated: Things Both Parties Should Consider

Divorce and separation involve a complex web of legal, financial, and emotional considerations. As tax season approaches, filing taxes can be particularly challenging for separated spouses. Whether you are in the process of getting divorced or have already finalized your separation, always understand the implications and options available to you. Below are some key things

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