Child Visitation When Mom & Dad Are Unmarried
Posted on 16th January 2020 by Vuria Admin in Family Law
Roughly 50% of all births in Arizona occur in unmarried couples. This creates unique challenges when the couple goes their separate ways. However, in the eyes of the law, both parents retain the same custody rights as married couples. Establishing Paternity When a couple is unmarried, and there is not a court order that establishes […]Read More
How to Prepare for a Contentious Custody Agreement
Posted on 15th January 2020 by Vuria Admin in Divorce and Custody
Divorces can turn ugly without warning. What may start as an amicable separation can end in an all-out war as spouses battle over everything from wedding rings to furniture. It is unfortunate, but this acrimony can spill into the process of reaching a child custody agreement. When the winds start to rise, and the storm […]Read More
Protecting Your Pension in a Divorce
Posted on 13th January 2020 by Vuria Admin in Divorce and Custody
Divorce creates significant ripples in your finances. These include the loss of a second income, the need to maintain a separate home, coupled with alimony and child support payments. It also involves the division of marital assets, including retirement accounts and pension plans. A family attorney in Arizona can help you protect these assets as […]Read More
Can You Modify Spousal Support in Arizona?
Posted on 23rd December 2019 by Vuria Admin in Divorce and Custody
It may be possible to modify your spousal support obligations. While you can’t modify a non-modifiable agreement, it is possible to adjust a modifiable agreement. You can request a modification if there is a significant change in circumstances. For instance, if your ex-spouse remarries, if you suffer a severe financial setback, or if there are […]Read More
How Do I Prepare for a Custody Evaluation?
Posted on 17th December 2019 by Vuria Admin in Divorce and Custody
It is not uncommon for the custody of children to be the most contentious issue of a divorce. When parents can’t come together to create a custody agreement and parenting plan, the judge will order a custody evaluation. The judge will then consider the information within the evaluation to assign primary custody. The process is […]Read More
What Are the Rules of Long-Distance Parenting in Arizona?
Posted on 13th December 2019 by Vuria Admin in Family Law
Long-distance parenting is becoming increasingly common, and it is essential to understand how this will affect your parenting time in Arizona. Long-distance parenting rules apply when children move more than 100 miles away from the other parent. The rules also apply when the distance is less but includes travel across state lines. Whenever possible, you […]Read More
How to Have a Happy Holiday With Shared Custody
Posted on 11th December 2019 by Vuria Admin in Divorce and Custody
Your time is the greatest gift your children will ever receive over the holidays. To ensure a festive celebration this year, the following are some things to remember about holidays and shared custody. Dividing the Time Unless domestic violence is involved, Arizona courts prefer to share holiday time between mom and dad. However, it’s up to you […]Read More
What You Should Know About Shared Custody in Arizona
Posted on 27th November 2019 by Vuria Admin in Divorce and Custody
Arizona courts want to keep both parents involved in the child’s life after the divorce. Arizona courts have a demonstrated preference for joint/co- parenting arrangements. In fact, by law they are required to do everything possible to ensure that children can remain in contact with both parents. Except in extreme cases, this means that both parents […]Read More