What Is A Covenant Marriage? (Covenant Marriage Arizona)

Covenant marriage is a union between spouses that is legally different from a non-covenant or traditional marriage. Covenant and non-covenant marriages are the only two types of marital unions in the State of Arizona. However, covenant marriages were not legal in the state until they were codified by statute and became a law on August

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Child Custody Holiday Visitation Schedule (With Examples)

Most parents want to spend time with their children during the holidays. However, it can be challenging to decide who gets what holiday. In Arizona, the court will accept any schedule both parents choose. In Arizona, the superior court requires all parents who establish parenting time and legal decision-making to have a parenting plan—including a

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What Happens If The Non-Custodial Parent Misses Visitation?

Visitation, known in Arizona as Parenting Time, is a significant focus in child custody cases. While most people want to exercise their parental rights to see their children as much as possible, there are times when a parent will not pick their children up when they are court-ordered to do so. While it is unlikely

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Loan Assumption After Divorce (What To Do With Your Mortgage)

Deciding where you will live is an essential aspect of divorce. Some people want to stay in their family home, either because they are comfortable there or because they believe the transition will be easier for their children. However, staying in your family home often requires some changes to the property’s ownership. If you are

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10 Ways to How To Find Happiness After Divorce

Divorce is one of the most challenging things you can go through in life. When you get married, you typically don’t expect that the relationship will end. But if it does, your entire life changes. A failed marriage is often perceived as a personal failure. The emotions you need to work through are powerful. After

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How To Serve Divorce Papers (What and When To Serve)

In a divorce case, service refers to the formal act of letting the other party know that you filed documents with the superior court. It is an essential aspect of any divorce case. The party who initially files for divorce is called the divorce petitioner. To start divorce proceedings in the state of Arizona, the

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