Living Will vs. Last Will & Testament: Learning The Differences

Living Will vs. Last Will Testament: Learning The Differences How Could A Living Will & Last Will Help You Plan Your Estate? Although a living will and a last will and testament both share the word “will,” they are two very different documents. Both can [...]

September 19th, 2022|Divorce|

How The Drahos Calculation May Apply To Your Arizona Divorce

How The Drahos Calculation May Apply To Your Arizona Divorce How Is Property Divided When Divorcing In Arizona? For most people considering divorce, the emotional pain and stress of going through the process is one of the most important issues. Another top concern is usually [...]

September 16th, 2022|Divorce|

Military Divorce Vs. Civilian Divorce: What’s The Difference?

Military Divorce Vs. Civilian Divorce: What's The Difference? Understanding The Basics Of Military & Civilian Divorce Military divorce is not the same as a civilian divorce. Military divorce is governed by the Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act (USFSPA), which provides a division of military [...]

May 4th, 2022|Divorce|

Getting Divorced In Arizona, How Long Will It Take?

Getting Divorced In Arizona, How Long Will It Take? Want To Make The Divorce Process Faster? Everything You Need To Know About Filing a Divorce In Arizona One of the most asked questions, residents of Phoenix and Tucson ask when considering divorce is; How Long [...]

January 25th, 2022|Divorce, Family Law|

Surprising Assets That Divorcing Spouses Have Fought Over In Property Division

Surprising Assets That Divorcing Spouses Have Fought Over In Property Division Our Arizona Divorce Attorneys Look At Some Of The Most Bizarre Assets Fought Over In Divorce Divorces are known for being drawn out, dramatic disputes over issues like child custody, child support, spousal support, [...]

October 14th, 2021|Divorce|

Gaslighting: How Does It Affect a Divorce?

Gaslighting: How Does It Affect a Divorce? How a Gaslighting Spouse Can Create Problems When Getting Divorced Our AZ Family Law Team are experienced and have dealt with controversial spouses in many Arizona divorce cases. Let our experience be your advocate. As mental health awareness [...]

September 9th, 2021|Divorce, Family Law|

What To Do When Your Ex Is Running a Smear Campaign Against You

What To Do When Your Ex Is Running a Smear Campaign Against You Glendale's Trusted Family Law Attorneys Explain How To Shut Down a Narcissist's Smear Campaign Breakups are usually hard, and some people handle them better than others. Some exes may try to make [...]

August 23rd, 2021|Divorce, Family Law|

How Do Child Custody Agreements Work With Unmarried Couples?

How Do Child Custody Agreements Work With Unmarried Couples? Family Lawyers Explain Custody Arrangements In Unmarried Couples Often, child custody disputes arise between couples who have decided to divorce. However, there are many, many families that were created by unmarried couples. Sometimes, couples who share [...]

August 17th, 2021|Divorce|

Divorce Complications That The Length Of Your Marriage Can Bring

Divorce Complications That The Length Of Your Marriage Can Bring How Your Marriage Age Can Affect The Divorce Process? Divorce always seems to be complicated, but it can become even more complicated if you have been married for a very long time. Personally, there is [...]

July 9th, 2021|Divorce|

What Is Community Property?

What Is Community Property? Property Division Laws In An Arizona Divorce Whether you’re thinking about getting married in Arizona, or divorced, it’s important that you understand how community property works. Arizona is a community property state, which means property division laws operate differently here than [...]

Taking The Appropriate Measures Once Divorce Papers Have Been Served

Taking The Appropriate Measures Once Divorce Papers Have Been Served Arizona's Trusted Divorce Attorneys Explain What To Do After Receiving Divorce Papers You may have talked with your spouse about your desire to get a divorce and maybe even a few things about what will [...]

June 9th, 2021|Divorce|

How a Divorce & Child Custody Agreement Affects Your Relocation Plans

How a Divorce & Child Custody Agreement Affects Your Relocation Plans Relocating After a Divorce: How To Keep Seeing Your Kids Your divorce and child custody agreement cannot account for everything that might happen in your future. You could lose your job. You could get [...]

June 2nd, 2021|Divorce|

Devastating Child Custody Battle Outcomes: Fighting For Your Rights

Devastating Child Custody Battle Outcomes: Fighting For Your Rights Denied Child Custody In Arizona? Here's What You Can Do Next Child custody is one of the most contentious issues in most divorce proceedings. Few parents want to give up any of their time with their [...]

April 29th, 2021|Divorce, Family Law|

Getting Divorced From a Gaslighting Husband Or Wife

Getting Divorced From a Gaslighting Husband Or Wife Divorcing a Gaslighter In Arizona: Identifying Your Spouse's Manipulative Behavior Gaslighting is a difficult phenomenon to describe to someone who has never experienced it. The term comes from Gaslight, a film that was released in 1944. It [...]

April 26th, 2021|Divorce, Family Law|

Common Causes Of Lengthy Divorce Proceedings & How To Cope

Common Causes Of Lengthy Divorce Proceedings & How To Cope Our Phoenix Family Law Lawyers Discuss The Frequent Complications That Cause Delayed Divorce Cases Many people may agonize over the decision to divorce, but once they reach that decision, they are ready for the break [...]

March 24th, 2021|Divorce|

Handling Child Behavior Problems As A Single Or Co-Parent

Handling Child Behavior Problems As A Single Or Co-Parent Experienced Family Law Attorneys Give Positive Parenting Techniques For Divorced Parents Parenting is never easy. You can have a strong partnership with your child’s other parent, extended family ready to help, and a vast support network, [...]

February 12th, 2021|Divorce, Family Law|

5 Questions You Are Likely To Be Asked By Your Divorce Lawyer

5 Questions You Are Likely To Be Asked By Your Divorce Lawyer Experienced Divorce Attorneys Explain How To Be Prepared For Your Divorce Interview After you’ve decided to end your marriage, one of the first things you need to do is see a divorce lawyer. [...]

January 18th, 2021|Divorce|

A Guide to Becoming Financially Independent after Divorce

A Guide to Becoming Financially Independent after Divorce Things To Consider When Becoming Financially Independent After Your Divorce Divorce can be financially devastating. Even if you are working, simply dropping down to one income while still maintaining many of the same expenses is going to [...]

December 15th, 2020|Divorce|

Do People in Arizona Have More Strained Family Relationships?

Do People in Arizona Have More Strained Family Relationships? Some Family Law Facts That Suggest They Might Some of Arizona’s family laws borrow from other states, while many of our laws are unique and may sound strange in other areas. Even after hundreds of years, [...]

December 4th, 2020|Divorce|

Can You and Your Spouse Come to a Child Support Agreement without an Attorney?

Can You and Your Spouse Come to a Child Support Agreement without an Attorney? Technically, you can get through your entire divorce without hiring an attorney to help you with any of it. You and your spouse can draw up the paperwork, sign it, file [...]

October 16th, 2020|Divorce|

Tax Laws and Divorce: What Your Divorce Could Mean for the 2020 Tax Season

Tax Laws and Divorce: What Your Divorce Could Mean for the 2020 Tax Season A divorce can turn your finances upside down. You suddenly go from having two incomes to support your household to only having one income. Yet your living expenses remain stable. If [...]

June 17th, 2020|Divorce|

Long-Distance Parenting: Covering All Your Bases during Your Divorce

Long Distance Parenting: Covering All Your Bases during Your Divorce Long Distance Parenting can become a real issue once a couple divorces.  Ideally, both parents would live in the same city as their children – or at least close enough that everyday visits are possible. [...]

April 16th, 2020|Divorce|

What to Do if You Change Your Mind while Signing Your Divorce Papers

What to Do if You Change Your Mind while Signing Your Divorce Papers Divorce can be tricky. You may sign your divorce papers and then think better of the settlement to which you’ve agreed. You may decide you want more of the 401(k), or you [...]

March 5th, 2020|Divorce|