How Divorce Affects Your Tax Situation and Back Tax Liabilities

By |June 13th, 2018|Divorce|

How Divorce Affects Your Tax Situation and Back Tax Liabilities Divorce can be devastating – not just emotionally but also financially and in other ways. It can feel like your whole life is ending. You might lose friends, you might face significant changes in your career or housing situation, and you might grieve the loss [...]

5 East Valley Relocation Resources For Couples Separating

By |November 8th, 2016|Divorce|

5 East Valley Relocation Resources For Couples Separating Getting divorced is never easy. It’s an emotional and difficult thing to go through, and one that should not lower your spirits. Along with hiring an Arizona family law lawyer, relocating is also something that you may need to think about. This process can be stressful on [...]

What Does a No Fault Divorce Mean?

By |August 22nd, 2016|Divorce|

What Does a No Fault Divorce Mean? Divorce and marriage law can be complicated. There are many terms that can be difficult to understand and different types of divorce that exist. Read on to learn more about what a no fault divorce really is and how to properly file for divorce in Phoenix, Arizona with [...]

The Difference Between An Annulment and A Divorce

By |July 21st, 2016|Divorce|

The Difference Between An Annulment and A Divorce We have all heard the words ‘divorce’ and ‘annulment’. But what do these words actually mean? Is one better than the other when considering the end of a marriage? There is a huge difference between the definition of divorce and the definition of annulment. If your marriage [...]

Family Law Glossary

By |October 30th, 2014|Divorce|

Family Law Glossary Legal Decision Making Authority: Joint legal decision making authority refers to a parent's authority to make decisions about their child's life. This includes the child's healthcare, education, extracurricular activities, and religious instruction. More often than not, parents share joint legal decision making authority over their child. It is very difficult to deprive [...]

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Unhappy Marriages May Lead to Poor Health

By |June 24th, 2013|Divorce|

Unhappy Marriages May Lead to Poor Health Can staying in an unhealthy relationship actually be unhealthy? If you are stuck in an unhappy marriage, it could actually be bad for your health. Making a choice to stay in bad relationship may be as damaging as other bad health choices. Remaining in an unhappy relationship can [...]

Can my wife get money from me after being separated for 2 years?

By |December 18th, 2012|Divorce|

Can my wife get money from me after being separated for 2 years? Q: My wife and I got married in 2009. A year later I left her due to domestic violence, got a 1 year restraining order against her and have not seen her since then. We are still married. I was promising her [...]

The Effects of Social Media on Marriage and Divorce.

By |October 9th, 2012|Divorce|

The Effects of Social Media on Marriage and Divorce. The effects of social media on a couples' marriage can be drastic. It can be a point of contention which could even lead to divorce. With over 1 billion people on Facebook, chances are that one or both members of a relationship are updating, checking, or [...]