Posts Tagged: Family Law

Staying Safe from Drunk Driving This Holiday Season

As the holiday season arrives, parties become more regular, and the likelihood of drinking increases. Sadly, this means some people will choose to drink and drive, putting themselves and others at risk. Whether over-indulging at Thanksgiving, enjoying a company Christmas party, or celebrating the New Year, driving after drinking – even driving buzzed, isn’t acceptable…. Read more »

Understanding Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements

Pre and post nuptials don’t sound like the most loving or romantic part of a marriage, but they are an important one for partners who have assets to protect in the case of divorce or death. Whether you are a newly engaged couple with financial trust and openness with each other and wanting to protect… Read more »

3 Tips for Successfully Co-Parenting After Divorce

When you get a divorce and children are involved, it takes the already difficult task of raising children to a new level. It also takes a difficult process, that of a divorce, and adds even more pressure and stress. The good news is that over time, healing does happen, as long as it is part… Read more »

Buy/Sell Agreements Can Protect Spouse Business Owners

Sometimes called Buyouts or “Business Prenuptials,” Buy/Sell Agreements have become a necessary exit strategy when involved in a mutually owned business, especially when the duel ownership is that of spouses. When people who are married go into business together, even though divorce is the furthest thing from their mind, they must think about how the… Read more »


Generally speaking, a person is eligible to receive spousal maintenance if he or she meets any 1 of the 4 eligibility requirements under A.R.S. §25-319 (A). Once you meet this requirement, the court must consider all relevant factors to determine the appropriate amount and the length of maintenance, including whether the obligor is able to… Read more »