March, 2017. Ms. W retained SLG to domesticate her Oklahoma custody and child support order. Once a case was opened in Arizona and the parenting plan was modified, child support needed to be modified. Father was self -employed. He requested the court only attribute minimum wage to him. He had not paid child support in over eight months, yet owned five horses. The Court did not find his testimony credible and ordered child support in the exact amount Mother requested.

Will I Have to Undergo a Medical Examination for a Personal Injury Case?

Any time you are seeking compensation for an injury, a medical examination is a routine requirement that will help bolster your case with the unbiased opinion of a medical expert. While it may seem disconcerting to imagine yet another potentially intrusive examination, it is a fairly simple procedure that helps the courts and your attorneys… Read more »

How Can I Prove the Other Driver Was At Fault After a Motorcycle Accident?

While motorcycle riders often get a bad rep when it comes to accidents on the road, it is most often the drivers of automobiles who are most to blame for collisions when they occur. A series of reports gathered during a study by the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) found that in accidents occurring between… Read more »

How Do I Know if Negligence Caused My Personal Injury?

Becoming seriously injured can be traumatic enough, and wondering if someone else’s carelessness or negligence was to blame can make it even more frustrating. Still, if someone else’s actions or inactions significantly contributed to your personal injury, then you have options for securing compensation for your bills. In order to decide “liability,” or legal responsibility… Read more »

Will My Divorce Go To Court No Matter What? Top 10 Myths About Divorce in Arizona

Divorce can be messy and complicated, and with all the misinformation that has circulated regarding the actual details of divorce and beyond, it’s time to dispel some of the most perpetuated myths about divorce. Myth #1: One spouse can refuse to grant the other spouse a divorce. Modern no-fault divorce laws mean that no one… Read more »