PHOENIX FAMILY LAW BLOG
CAN I BE JAILED FOR FAILING TO PAY CHILD SUPPORT IN ARIZONA?
Arizona has long recognized the social utility of having both parents actively involved in supporting their children. A child who receives support and care from both parents is more likely to develop into a productive member of society than a child with absent and unsupportive parents. That is why the federal and state laws have […]
WHY IS A PARENTING PLAN SO IMPORTANT IN MY CHILD CUSTODY CASE?
Issues surrounding how much time each parent gets to spend with their children are some of the main sources of contention between divorced spouses who also share children together. This could be problematic for you if you currently don’t get along with your ex-spouse. Arizona considers the involvement of both parents vital to the proper […]
BRITTNEY GRINER’S DIVORCE IS A MESS
Brittney Griner is one of the best female college basketball players of all time. Every game was nearly flawless, and she now plays professional ball. Despite her professional success, though, Griner’s personal life has turned into something of a mess. She is now moving toward a divorce after only having been married to her partner […]
PROTECTING YOUR FUTURE AS A UNMARRIED COUPLE IN ARIZONA
Many cohabitating couples throughout the nation are increasingly choosing to live together without getting married. This could potentially pose several problems for cohabitating couples living in Arizona. The “Grand Canyon state” currently does not recognize common-law marriage. This could potentially mean that even if you lived with a person for 20 years, you still would […]
UNDERSTANDING RELOCATION AND YOUR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DIVORCE
Arizona family courts place a strong emphasis on allowing both parents sufficient opportunities to develop meaningful relationships with their children. Divorcing couples with children will usually receive some manner of custody, legal decision-making ability or parenting time visitation privileges unless other factors exist which may be detrimental to the children’s best interests. Arizona courts recognize domestic […]