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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 →

Are most Divorces over Money Issues?

Despite the recent economic slump, you will be surprised to know that the divorce rate has gone down over the past five years instead of going up. People usually associate financial problems with an increased divorce rate, as money is considered to be one of the main causes of divorce. Surprisingly, that has not been the case. Many relationship experts…read more →

Understanding the Rules for Spousal Support in Arizona

The “no fault” principle that is the basis of Arizona’s divorce law eliminates many obstacles that can frustrate the desires of a couple to end a marriage. However, the law still contains a set of rules that, in the event of a divorce, must be followed before the court can grant spousal support, or alimony. Under the “no fault” principle,…read more →

Divorce Links for Oct 17th 2012

Here are a few interesting stories we saw this week: ‘2016: Obama’s America’ Filmmaker Caught in Sex Scandal Paying for College when Parents are Divorced Parental alienation: Mental disorder or relationship problem? Divorce lawyers see rise in untraditional pre-nups

Danny Devito’s wandering eye lead Rhea Perlman to Divorce

In other celebrity divorce news, Danny Devito and Rhea Pearlman, are calling it quits after 30 years of marriage. The couple have been rumored to be on the rocks for about 10 years and it sounds like Rhea finally called for the end of the marriage. Apparently Danny was quite the flirt on movie sets and there are a number…read more →

Russel Crowe Divorce Confirmed by Wife’s Father

Actor Russel Crowe and wife, Danielle Spencer, have been living separate lives for a year already but now it has been confirmed that they will be getting a divorce. Spencer’s father, Don, confirmed the news to WHO magazine saying that he is sad to see the two finally call it quits. Crowe and Spencer met 22 years ago on the…read more →

Does the LGBT Community Have a Place in Family Law?

Members of the LGBT community have been fighting for equality for many years, and though few states grant this right or will recognize a same sex marriage as binding, New York City is one state that does. LGBT family law is a broad term and encompasses all aspects of same sex marriage, divorce, forming and dissolution of civil partnerships, child custody,…read more →

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