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PHOENIX FAMILY LAW BLOG

UNDERSTANDING PARTITION ACTIONS FOR COHABITATING ARIZONA COUPLES

At one point in American history, it was considered scandalous for unmarried people to live together in the same home. Today, those dated social values have largely been forgotten, and an increasing amount of young people are choosing to live together without formally tying the knot. In some cases, these relationships can last for decades. […]

NEW GRANT SLATED TO AID ARIZONA VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Arizona is scheduled to receive a sizable federal grant that is aimed at reducing domestic violence throughout state. Earlier this month, the mayor of Youngtown, Arizona, announced that the United States Department of Justice has awarded a grant to the Maricopa Association of Governments. The $108,000 grant is slated to be administered through MAG’s office […]

MAINTAINING THE ADVANTAGE IN YOUR POST-DIVORCE ACTION

Emotions typically run high when couples decide to end their marriages. The divorce process is so emotionally draining that many people feel a sense of relief once the final divorce decree is issued. It’s natural to assume that the matter is concluded; after all, most divorces begin with a gradual buildup and then ultimately conclude […]

CHILD RELOCATION POST DIVORCE

As American Citizens, we have been granted the fundamental right to travel and move freely through throughout this great country. As such, with some exception, we are generally free to live in any State and/or city we please. However, if you are a divorced parent with minor children, this right can be significantly limited, especially […]

CHILD RELOCATION POST DIVORCE

As American Citizens, we have been granted the fundamental right to travel and move freely through throughout this great country. As such, with some exception, we are generally free to live in any State and/or city we please. However, if you are a divorced parent with minor children, this right can be significantly limited, especially […]

YOUR RIGHTS AND THE ARIZONA CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES

In most divorces that involve children, the parent receiving child support is also the child’s primary caretaker. Arizona courts have long recognized that many recipients of child support rely heavily on that assistance to help pay for housing, food and other expenses related to proper child rearing. In fact, data taken from national statistics in […]

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