Child Support Issues

Divorce can be a difficult process for all parties involved. From splitting up marital assets, selling or redistributing property, to deciding who gets certain sentimental items, the financial ramifications of ending a marriage can be manifold. If children are involved, this becomes an even more difficult process. One of the main issues that can cause […]

Divorce Care

Divorce can be hard not only on the individuals directly involved, but especially on the children and even sometimes on the extended family involved in the relationship. It’s important to go through a difficult time like divorce with the help of caring friends, family, and professionals who will advocate for you and offer the emotional […]

Divorce Linked to Academic and Social Struggles in Children

A 2011 study published by the American Sociological Association found that children of divorced parents struggle in math and with social skills. The study followed about 3,500 children from Kindergarten to 5th grade. The researchers compared the academic and social abilities of children from divorced families versus children from families with parents who were still […]

Bullying and Divorce

Bullying is something that we don’t always associate with adults. However, a common complaint that we hear in the divorce or custody context is that one party is threatening, intimidating or bullying the other. Bullying tactics are typically used in an attempt to persuade the other party to agree to certain terms. Sometimes, they are […]

DUI And The Difference An Attorney Can Make

It is an awful feeling. You are driving in your car and you see the police lights behind you. This can be an embarrassing and uncomfortable experience for even the most minor traffic violations. When someone is pulled over with drugs or alcohol in their system, things can quickly go from bad to worse. Faced […]

Domestic Violence and Family Court

Every year more than three million children witness domestic violence in the home. These children tend to experience abuse or neglect at high rates. Studies have found that children who are exposed to domestic violence at home are more likely to have health problems and are at risk of suffering injuries themselves in many circumstances. […]

Flexibility and Co-Parenting

Parents that choose to separate or divorce are required to stay in contact for matters involving the children. The relationship does not simply end. Communication is required to discuss matters affecting the children, to arrange parenting time and to effectively co-parent. The parents will be linked to each other indefinitely through their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. […]

Collaborative Divorce – When Out of Court Settlement is Right

Any divorce can end bitterly when the people involved build resentment and hatred towards each other. This only leads to stress, anxiety and numerous visits to the family court, where ultimately, the judge decides how you should share your property and even your kids. If this is something you want to avoid, a divorce settlement […]

Are You Getting Enough Parenting Time?

Divorce can lead to a loss of child custody. When your ex-spouse is awareded the custody of your children, all that you are left with is parenting time. Parenting time, which is often referred to as visitation, refers to the time that the non-custodial parent gets to spend with the child/children. Considering the information available […]

Understanding Contempt of Court After Divorce

When the court grants a divorce in Arizona, it has the power to enforce all orders that are entered for the couple of the divorce. If one of the parties violates any part of the agreement without the court’s permission, then that party is said to be in contempt of the court and can have […]