Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation Syndrome is defined as a deliberate act by one parent to separate their child or children from the other parent. The goal is to break the child’s or children’s bond with the other (usually noncustodial) parent. A parent may do this for a variety of reasons. It is sometimes done as a form…

Defining Legal Separation In Arizona

Expensive Divorce Errors

If you intend to separate from your partner and seek a divorce, you must proceed with caution. According to attorneys, it is best to stay away from social media because it can be used as evidence during the divorce process. Some people try to avoid paying alimony during a divorce while simultaneously bragging about their…

Getting A Cheaper Divorce

Divorce Certificates And Divorce Degrees

Divorce documents can be perplexing, but each one you read is crucial. A “divorce decree” may be issued by a court, but your “divorce certificate” may be issued elsewhere. Continue reading to find out more. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION Decrees on Divorce A divorce decree is a court-issued document that serves as the final judgment…

When Mediation Breaks Down

Should You Stay In The House During A Divorce

With the exception of when a restraining order is in effect, which requires a person to stay away from their property, child(ren), or spouse, anyone can legally continue to live in their home, whether they own it alone or jointly with their spouse. Continue reading to find out more. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION People have…

Requesting A Divorce

Requesting A Divorce

If you’re unhappy and thinking about divorce but don’t know how to tell your spouse, keep reading. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION Don’t Set Your Spouse Up. Even if your spouse is aware of your dissatisfaction, there’s no guarantee he or she isn’t resisting a divorce. Make an appointment with your spouse and tell them you…