Family Law

2 Major* Trends In Family Court Which You Must Know

2017-11-14T10:17:37-07:00Categories: Family Law|Tags: |

There are 2 ways we can learn about trends in the courts:  We can read about them, or we can experience them first hand.  Since I have been experiencing two major trends in family court first hand, I thought you should know about both. Trend #1: Equal Parenting Time: In 2013, the Arizona law about parenting time was changed.  The legislature added words to the effect that the court should endeavor to maximize each parent’s respective parenting time.  The courts have interpreted these changes to mean that the default parenting plan is equal time for each parent.  In my experience, [...]

Top 6 Do’s and Don’ts of Divorce

2017-11-14T10:17:37-07:00Categories: Family Law|Tags: |

So what if, despite your best efforts, your marriage does not work out? What are the do’s and don’ts of divorce? What you do and don’t do at this critical juncture could control the way the entire process goes. So PAY ATTENTION. Your soon-to-be-ex spouse could be. DO TAKE CONTROL OF FINANCES. Financial issues contribute to the failure of many marriages. Therefore, controlling finances in the short term when your marriage is ending could be crucial. If you anticipate a disharmonious dissolution, some bold steps could be necessary. First, secure as much cash as you can, preferably before your spouse [...]

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