Starting a Divorce Not A War

It has come to divorce. Time to batten down the hatches and prepare for war, right? Ideally, no. For most people going through a divorce, an all-out legal battle is not ideal or even necessary. Don’t get us wrong, there are some cases where litigation will be necessary. Some examples would include if a party

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Divorcing A Narcissist

Scottsdale Divorce Lawyers Tired of Dealing with your Narcissist Spouse? We can Help. Are you considering divorcing your spouse? Does your spouse have an inability to understand or empathize with you? Does your spouse crave power or demonstrate a sense of entitlement? If so, you may be divorcing a narcissist? Each divorce case is different

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Seeking Efficient Divorce Resolutions

The divorce process can often be unnecessarily costly. Spouses who head into court to argue over every minor detail can rack up thousands of dollars in legal fees quickly. At Burggraff Tash Levy, our priority is keeping costs low for our clients, which means finding alternative solutions to litigation whenever possible. Issues in divorce can

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Child Custody and Child Support

When facing divorce, there are two broad categories that encompass the children’s issues that must be resolved, Child Custody and Child Support. What most people refer to as Child Custody is split into two categories, Legal Custody and Physical Custody. In Arizona, this is known as Legal Decision-Making and Parenting Time which are determined in

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Spousal Maintenance

Addressing Spousal Maintenance Requests In Arizona Divorces In Arizona, what most people refer to as “alimony” is known as spousal maintenance. These are payments one spouse makes to the other for a period of time after divorce, not related to children or child support. While spousal maintenance is certainly warranted in certain divorces, there are

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Division of Property and Debt

Handling Complex Property Division Determinations in Arizona Married couples often bring a lot into a marriage and often acquire many possessions, assets, and debts during a marriage. An important part of the divorce process is determining how spouses will divide all of this property and debt. In some cases, spouses can agree on how to

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