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Are you facing a Divorce in Arizona? Mediation may be the first option to explore in getting your divorce complete. Continue reading
You can hire an Arizona Divorce Mediator rather than slugging it out in court for an Arizona Divorce. Mediation is typically faster and less expensive than going to court when it comes to getting divorced. Continue reading
An Arizona Uncontested Divorce is fairly straight forward. There are really only two paths that you can go down in the process. Continue reading
A paternity action is what one files when they have a child or children with another person who is not his/her spouse. In an Arizona paternity action, the Court will establish who the father of the child/children is. If a … Continue reading
When Going to court in Arizona can cost tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars, who can afford pay to litigate in this current economy? Okay, who can afford to litigate other than corporations that received TARP money? Conflicts do … Continue reading
What Arizona attorneys want, more than anything else, are happy, satisfied clients. Happy, satisfied clients make attorneys’ jobs fulfilling. These types of clients are also more likely to pay their bills, not complain and refer their friends and colleagues to … Continue reading
When couples accrue property during the Arizona marriage in any way other than gift or inheritance(community property), they need an effective manner to divide that property during the divorce. Arizona law requires an “equitable” (near equal) division of community property. … Continue reading