Looking to file for divorce? A court of law is the only way in which one can obtain a divorce decree, dissolution, legal separation, nullity, or other form of terminating a marriage. Other than the termination of the marital estate, the court also has jurisdiction to resolve other issues that are intertwined in the existing marriage which include, but are not limited to: Arizona child custody and visitation rights, division of property of the marital estate, Arizona spousal support, child support, restraining orders, etc.
Our Arizona Divorce Lawyers have helped numerous clients in Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, and throughout Arizona with messy and hotly contested divorces. Our divorce attorneys are aggressive and fight for you. We ensure that you are not bullied by the other side. If you are going through a divorce in Arizona, it is extremely important that you have an experienced Arizona Divorce Attorney on your side. Our expert Phoenix Arizona family law firm and its lawyers will give you the peace of mind you are looking for in such a difficult situation.
Our Arizona Divorce Lawyers Can Help You with the Following Divorce Issues:
- Parenting Time and Child Custody : Our Arizona Family Law Attorneys can assist you in developing a parenting plan to meet your specific needs. We will work to get you the best solution to your child custody needs.
- Establishing Child Support: Our Arizona Family Law Experts will review any proposed child support calculation to ensure it complies with the Arizona support guidelines and that it fairly considers all relevant income from both parents. We will make sure that you are getting all of the child support that you have coming to you.
- Division of Marital Property: Our Arizona Family Attorneys will help you equitably divide the debts and assets from your marriage. We will be diligent to make sure that all property is included and fairly divided, including real property, personal property, investments, retirement accounts and business property.
- Establishing Spousal Support: Our experienced family law attorneys will work with you to determine whether you have spousal support coming to you or if you may have to pay alimony to your spouse. If spousal support is appropriate, we will work to assure that, the amount, type, and duration of payments meets the Arizona standards.
Talk with an Arizona Divorce Lawyer Regarding your Divorce
If you are considering a separation, talking to an experienced attorney can help you understand your options. For experienced legal representation in Maricopa, Pima, or Pinal County and the surrounding communities, Contact our Arizona Family Law Firm to set up a confidential consultation.