Divorce in Arizona is one of the most traumatic events a child can experience and it is incumbent upon parents to prepare their children for the process. Preparing the child and maintaining open communication can help ease the shock and help children manage their stress through the transition. To that end, the following are effective […]
Child support is crucial for the health and welfare of children in Arizona. Contrary to what some parents think, divorce does not absolve a parent of their financial responsibilities to a child. It is a considerable problem in Arizona. That is why Arizona courts are stepping up their efforts to pursue “deadbeat” parents. In Arizona, […]
Divorce is tough enough on its own. Having children in the proceedings makes it even tougher. There are a variety of circumstances that would lead someone to try to win full custody, such as the death of a parent or the incapacity of a parent to care for the child. Sole custody indicates two factors: legal custody, which is […]
The role of a father in a child’s life is undoubtedly pivotal. When divorce or separation occurs in a family, the absence of a father or father figure can have life changing consequences for a child. Here we’ll take a look at what father’s rights are in the state of Arizona and why having a […]
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 decision. […]
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 that bring us to an even happier future.
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…