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Changes in Seasonal Custody: Mental Health Guides for Divorced Parents

This is a Guest Post from Perry Warren of Maselli Warren, PC. Adjusting to sharing your child’s time with your ex-spouse is a difficult transition. In many cases, adjustments in child custody happen over the summer when your son or daughter is done with school for the year. If you have custody during the winter months, you might feel like you’ve…read more →

Dealing with a Vindictive Spouse – During & Post-Divorce

By its very nature, a divorce is a difficult process and requires patience and strength from all participants so as to see through to a conclusion of a marriage. Unfortunately, most divorces showcase the worst attitudes and feelings that a person might have for their former spouse, and the inevitable fighting may lead to incredibly vindictive and malicious behavior. Dealing…read more →

Social Media’s Effect on Divorce

Social media is constructive and beneficial in many ways, but not necessarily when it comes to marriage. Since this form of communication became a societal mainstay in the mid 2000’s, the rate of divorce has increased almost twenty percent, an astonishing statistic. Equally astonishing is the fact that, according to the American Association of Trial Lawyers, more than four out…read more →

Divorce Related Posts – March 26, 2013

We’ve put together some very interesting posts about divorce. From the Pregnant Man to potentially the most expensive divorce (dollar-wise) in history. Let us know if you have any posts about divorce that you find to be interesting and post them in the comments. And as always, let us know what you think.   Woman allegedly shot multiple times by…read more →

What is a Contested Divorce in Arizona?

David Cantor explains what happens if there is no response to a Contested Divorce:   In Arizona a contested divorce is one in which the parties do not agree on all of the terms of divorce and therefore must sue one another to obtain the divorce. The first step in the process is for one party – the Plaintiff – to…read more →

Termination of Parental Rights (Adoption) in Arizona

David Cantor explains the Termination of Parental Rights Step Prior to Adoption: Termination of Parental Rights (ARS §8-531 through §8-544) usually happens a lot with parents who are in prison or in drug rehab. The State of Arizona has many different scenarios under which they can justify the Termination of Parental Rights and they include: abandonment, the parent has neglected…read more →

Domestic Violence: What to do if You’re Arrested

Domestic violence is an upsetting aspect in the world today, but not all cases like this are the same. Domestic Violence can occur as a part of a divorce especially when a spouse is blindsided by the Summons to Court for the divorce. Some domestic violence cases involve violent offenders who have been in trouble with the law numerous times…read more →

Divorcing? 3 Things To Do That Cannot Wait

Divorce is inevitable.  Your (or your spouse) will be leaving the marital residence immediately, or already have.  You are planning to consult with a divorce attorney shortly. However, before you separate from your spouse, before you see the divorce lawyer, you have stuff you must do. Below are three things you should be doing immediately that cannot wait. Grab Personal…read more →

New Laws for 2013: Arizona Parenting Time Law for Fathers

The consistently increasing number of custody hearings and changing family dynamics has led to many states redefining what is considered the best interest of a child. One factor that has impacted this metamorphosis is the spotlight placed on the rights of fathers. Historically, it has been believed that what was best for a child, particularly when they were young, was…read more →

In an Arizona Divorce, What is Community Property?

In this short video divorce attorney David Cantor explains what Community Property is: The State of Arizona is considered a community property state—meaning that a number of provisions pertaining to spousal entitlement apply when dealing with accrued assets and joint possessions as well. Many of these assets fall under the umbrella of community property, which is based on a few…read more →

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