Arizona Paternity Laws (Know Your Rights As A Father)

In the past, fathers have had to contend with prejudice and stereotypes revolving around their role as fathers, making their roles seem less important than the mother’s and often relegating them to part-time or absent parents.  Modern times have brought about important changes in that policy, with society recognizing how important fathers are in the

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Arizona Divorce Laws (What You Need To Know)

No two divorces are exactly the same, but the one thing they have in common is the complicated emotions that go along with the process.  It makes it even harder during this difficult time dealing with issues relating to your marital finances and protecting yourself from the person you were planning on spending the rest

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The Costs Associated With Filing For Divorce In Arizona

One of the most common questions we get is, how much is a divorce going to cost? The answer is – it depends. This is a difficult question to answer for numerous reasons. There are many factors that can affect the actual cost of a divorce in Arizona.  In the following paragraphs, we will discuss several factors

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How To Choose The Right Divorce Lawyer [What To Look For]

Choosing the right lawyer for your divorce can feel a bit overwhelming. There are lots of attorneys, but they are definitely not all the same.  Some do not practice family law at all, so you certainly do not want someone inexperienced to help with your case. Others may be too aggressive or not aggressive enough

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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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