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What is a family law master? The Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure define a family law master as “a person appointed by the court, including a family law conference officer, to take evidence on one or more disputed issues … Continue reading
There are many good reasons to mediate your family law dispute. For example, it is generally significantly less expensive, stressful and time consuming than litigation. However, a big reason to avoid court and mediate the matter is that Court is … Continue reading
The Boy Scout’s motto – Be Prepared – applies to mediation in Phoenix AZ. Below are four ideas of how you can prepare yourself for a successful mediation. 1. Understand what is not worth fighting about. Before refusing to bend … Continue reading
Are you facing a Divorce in Arizona? Mediation may be the first option to explore in getting your divorce complete. Continue reading
If you have custody orders through the Arizona courts, you cannot move with the common children out of state, or even over 100 miles in state, absent an agreement or a Court Order. If the other parent contests the move, … Continue reading
In Arizona, the Courts are required to determine whether parents are to have joint custody or sole custody when the parents file for an Arizona divorce or file a paternity action (where the parents were never married). The Court also … Continue reading
We have all heard the horror stories of divorce actions – the friend who had to pay an attorney tens of thousands of dollars for representation; the neighbor whose family law litigation lasted over a year; or the family member … Continue reading
Choosing Mediation in Arizona is a great option to resolve or prevent conflict in your life. Mediation, and other forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”), including Collaborative law and facilitation, are powerful methods of resolving conflict that allows the participants … Continue reading
What Do You Do If You Are Mediating your Arizona Divorce and You Believe That Your Spouse Has Hidden Assets?
What Do You Do If You Are Mediating Your Arizona Divorce , But You Think That Your Spouse May Have Hidden Assets? Some parties to a divorce think that the other party has hidden assets. It is true that people … 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