Category: Family Law

Guidelines for Parenting Time and Parenting Time Exchanges during the COVID-19 Virus Period

Attached is an Administrative Order from the Arizona Supreme Court that provides Guidelines for parenting time and parenting time exchanges during the COVID-19 Virus period.  If you have a question or potential issue during this period, this will provide information and guidance, but if you have a question or need assistance with these kinds of […]

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Is That Really Everything?

One major role your divorce lawyer will serve is to help the court determine how it should “equitably” divide major assets (and debts) between the parties.  Major assets are things like real estate, bank and financial accounts, automobiles/trucks/RV’s, businesses, and retirement accounts.  But is that really everything?  The answer is “No.”  Other, often over-looked assets should also be […]

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Child Custody : Be Aware of the Consequences of Your Decisions

  On April 25, 2019, the Arizona State Supreme Court issued a ruling which will have a significant impact on future custody litigation in Arizona.   The Court issued its ruling in Paul E. v Courtney F, 22 Ariz. 46, __P3d __ (2019).    In particular, parties need to really consider all of the possible problems and issues before agreeing to […]

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