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There’s likely nothing you can do to stop a divorce

In some cases, people in Arizona go looking for legal help because a spouse recently said that he or she wanted a divorce. These people don’t want to split up, and they’re looking into their legal options to put a stop to it. The grim reality, though, is that there is nothing you can do, […]

A post-nuptial agreement may help save a marriage

If your spouse has been talking about divorce and you’re trying to think of ways to save your marriage, some experts suggest that you bring up the idea of a post-nuptial agreement. In many ways, this is similar to a prenuptial agreement, though married couples can create it. It lays out the groundwork for a […]

Key stats showing gender bias may not influence custody

For years, there has been a prevailing idea, which some call a myth, that gender bias influences child custody cases in Arizona. According to this idea, fathers have much less of a chance of getting the children than mother, which they claim is unfair. However, some stats seem to show that gender bias may not […]

Child emancipation laws in Arizona

Typically, child support is going to last until a child is 18 years old. There are some exceptions to this, however; some people need to pay for longer, for example, if the child needs special assistance and there are more costs. Others don’t have to pay as long if the child is emancipated before he […]

Issues that children have with divorce

When planning out your divorce in Arizona, it’s crucial to think about how it’s going to impact your children so that you can do everything in your power to make it easier for them. It’s been shown that staying together for the kids is not actually good advice in a lot of situations, especially if […]

What are some common reasons for divorce?

So you and your spouse both want to claim your child as a dependent on your taxes, but you know that you’re not allowed to claim him or her twice in California, seeing as how you’re divorced. Typically, the parent who has custody is able to make the claim, while the other is not, but […]

Staying safe when domestic violence strikes

When you’re the victim of physical domestic violence, experts note that there’s nothing more important than making sure you’re safe. The first thing you’re advised to do when you think you’re in danger is simply to call the police. They can help to put a stop to the violence, make an arrest if necessary, and gather evidence. […]

New hashtag aims to expose non-physical domestic violence

A new hashtag has been making the rounds lately on Twitter, and it is #MaybeHeDoesn’tHitYou. The point of the hashtag is to bring more light to the fact that a lot of domestic violence is not physical. While physical issues can sometimes be spotted–people are quick to notice a black eye–these other issues are often […]

Unmarried couples, children, and tax returns

If you and your significant other are not married and you’re filing your tax returns separately, you’re both going to be thinking about your child, as you do get a bit of a tax break if you have a kid. However, it is very important to note that you are not both allowed to claim […]

The downsides of bird nesting

If you’re considering bird nesting, you likely already know about the advantages. In this type of custody arrangement, your child will stay in the marital home while you and your ex cycle in and out. This gives your children more stability and focuses on their happiness. There are downsides, though. For one thing, it can […]

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