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Community Property Division After a Divorce

Issues concerning division of community property can arise in a divorce case, or after the death of a spouse. In the case of divorce or death, spouses are left with the task of splitting up property and assets that were acquired during the marriage. What is Community Property? Any property acquired during the marriage belongs to both spouses. Community property…read more →

Modification of Child Support in Arizona

Child support is court-ordered payments which are typically made by the non-custodial divorced parent to support their minor child or children. The amount which has to be paid as child support is decided at the time of divorce. Every parent has to contribute financially to the raising of his or her child after a divorce unless their parental rights have…read more →

How can Spousal Maintenance be Modified in Arizona?

Modification of Spousal Maintenance i.e. Alimony Spousal maintenance, also referred to as alimony in Arizona, is modifiable. However, if both parties have already agreed during the divorce process that spousal maintenance may not be modified, the spouse still has the legal right to ask the court to modify or change spousal support or alimony after divorce. Either party can request…read more →

Tips to Avoid Accident with 18-wheeler

This topic is a little different than our typical divorce article, but oddly enough, we have seen events in life such as motor vehicle accidents have an impact on families says Aaron Crane, an Arizona car accident attorney from Cantor Crane. Large 18-wheeler trucks seem to be everywhere on today’s highways. Although they are essential for moving food, goods and…read more →

What Parents should know about Child Custody in Arizona

When parents decide to separate or divorce, one important aspect is that of child care. Some important information about child custody is given below: When one person is granted custody of a child, he or she has the responsibility to take care of the child including all important decisions. Such a person is referred to as the custodial parent. The…read more →

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 →

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