Posts Categorized: Divorce and Custody

6 Tips for Moving Forward After a Divorce

Getting a divorce can be one of the most stressful experiences in a person’s life. But, just like all difficult situations, we tend to come out of them with more understanding of ourselves and the world around us. In the case of divorce, we can even move become healthier, if we choose, and make improvements… Read more »

The Impact of Divorce on Children

If you are considering a divorce and have children, one of the reasons you may be wanting to stay married is because of the impact of the divorce on your kids. We hope the information in this article will help you to determine what is best for you, so you can be confident in your… Read more »

Mother’s Rights in an Arizona Divorce

If you are going through a divorce in Arizona, you likely wonder what your, as well as your partner’s rights are. In Arizona, co-parenting is the priority – the courts don’t favor one parent or the other, unless there is an issue of child endangerment on either or both sides. Fair parenting time and custody,… Read more »

Dependency Action/Termination of Parental Rights

A dependency/severance action can be brought by the state or the department of child services, or a parent. If brought by the State then each parent is entitled to court-appointed counsel. Once the juvenile court severs a parent’s parental rights and neither no appeal is taken or the appellate court affirms, the parent(s) rights are… Read more »

What is a Property Settlement Agreement in Divorce?

If you are considering a divorce, or going through one, you have learned that you require a PSA or Property Settlement Agreement. Simply put, a PSA sets out the terms of the divorce and becomes a contract between the couple regarding parenting (custody and parenting time), child support, alimony (also known as spousal support), and… Read more »

Divorce Modification in Arizona

There are times where making changes to the judge’s divorce decree may be needed by one or both parties. This is called a divorce modification and it begins with either filing for a new trial or filing an appeal. Typically in a divorce that includes children, the change is in regards to Custody and Decision-Making…. Read more »