Preparing For Divorce Trial [Questions To Be Ready For]

Trials are always a last resort after you try everything else, whether you have a criminal case or a civil case. Litigation is time-consuming, stressful, and expensive, and smart people avoid it if they can.  Unfortunately, not all cases can be worked out, no matter how hard you try. Even if you and your spouse

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How To Settle Divorce Out Of Court [Tips For Settlement]

Going through a divorce is always stressful, but you can save money, time, and worry by entering into a settlement agreement instead of going to Court.  Whether you have spousal maintenance (“alimony”), child support, parenting time, legal decision-making, or marital property issues, you are allowed to work out an agreement with your spouse so that

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The Temporary Orders Hearing In Arizona (& How To Prepare)

The temporary orders hearing can be an integral part of the Arizona divorce process. A divorce can take many months to finalize.  Because the dissolution of marriage also means some complicated financial and personal considerations, the law allows for temporary orders hearings that can be handled quickly to make sure the family unit can function

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What Happens At A Final Divorce Hearing [Trial Tips]

Once you and your spouse decide to divorce, you’ll go through many emotions as you go through the process. You might be elated that you finally made the decision. You may also feel a sense of loss, especially if you were married for many years. Those feelings are normal. Most people have a general idea

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The Divorce Discovery Process [Step By Step]

Divorce Discovery is an important process even if your break up is civil. Separating from a spouse is always painful and stressful, which could make clear communication difficult. There are many issues to resolve in divorce cases, from the separation of debts and assets to child support to spousal maintenance. You could end up making

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The Arizona Divorce Process Step By Step [With Timeline]

Wondering how long the Arizona divorce process takes? The answer is—it depends. Practically speaking, the divorce process in Maricopa County, Arizona will take, in best-case scenarios, at least three months. But, it can take up to a year or longer if there are complicating factors in your situation. These “complicating factors” could include things like:

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