When filing for divorce, there can be a lot of questions. One of the most asked is if it’s better to file for divorce yourself or hire an attorney? A DIY divorce requires you to decide which forms to file, what information should or should not be included on those forms, file them, serve them,
Going through a divorce is extremely challenging. The physical separation and impact on financial security can negatively affect not only the couple, but their children, extended family members, and friends as well. Children have to adjust to living without both parents in the home. Grandparents may have to step in to help with the children.
When considering your options before filing, it’s essential to know the difference between annulment and divorce. A divorce serves to legally separate two people. This includes their legal assets as well as any children resulting from the marriage (child custody). An annulment of marriage does most of what divorce does. However, it also voids the
How COVID-19, the “Coronavirus,” will ultimately impact the nation or this state is unknown. We are all making adjustments in order to address the concerns and comply with the everchanging “best practices” and various governmental mandates. Schools, bars, and restaurants are closed. Courts have limited their access and attorneys are working remotely as much as
Dealing with child custody situations can be daunting for many parents in Arizona. Most people do not know family law or how a case progresses through the court. Arizona also uses terms such as legal decision-making and parenting time to encompass what most people refer to as “custody,” which can make the process even more
Unfortunately, children are usually the ones who suffer most when their parents separate. While we believe most children hope their parents stay together because they love both parents and want to be with both of them, if parents are in disagreement and constant conflict, that causes extra stress for the children. One of the most