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EQUAL DIGNITY FOR SAME SEX COUPLES #LoveWins

28June
2015

The United States Supreme Court ruled on June 26, 2015 that same-sex married couples are entitled to the same equal protection under the law, and their marriage must be recognized by every state. The case, Obergefell v. Hodges, was actually … Read More

Posted in arizona divorce, child custody, child support, collaborative, collaborative divorce, collaborative mediation, division of property, divorce, divorce and finance, divorce attorney, domestic relations, enforcement, estate planning, family law, family law attorney in Phoenix, marriage, matrimoniaL, trusts, wills |

DIVORCE AND PRIVACY

4August
2010

A California Court has decided that a Judge’s order to seal a divorce file from the public is not permanent. The ruling came in a high profile divorce case where the subsequent Judge found that the file was inaccessible. Typically … Read More

Posted in arrears, child custody, collaborative divorce, divorce, domestic relations, domestic violence, enforcement, family law, jurisdiction, litigation, matrimoniaL, mediation, paternity |

HEARING ON CHILD SUPPORT LAWS

23May
2010

For those of you who are interested in having a more active role in the finalization of the new child support laws in Arizona, the Arizona Supreme Court, Administrate Office of the Courts, announced a public hearing in coordination with … Read More

Posted in child support, collaborative mediation, divorce, enforcement, family law, paternity |

WHERE TO FIND PROPOSED ARIZONA CHILD SUPPORT GUIDELINES

22May
2010

The text of the proposed Arizona Child Support Guidelines, which will be changing the child support law in Arizona, can be found on the Arizona Supreme Court’s website at the following address. http://www.azcourts.gov/cscommittees/ChildSupportGuidelinesReviewCommittee.aspx THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS INTENDED AS … Read More

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PLANNING FOR PARENTING TIME – ARIZONA’S GUIDE FOR PARENTS LIVING APART

10May
2010

When parents who live in separate homes share legal custody they are mandated by Arizona statute to have a written parenting plan. The written plan is required to outline among other things, the time that their children will spend with … Read More

Posted in child custody, child support, collaborative, division of property, divorce, enforcement, family law, jurisdiction, mediation, paternity, prenuptial agreements |