How To Terminate Parental Rights In Arizona

How To Terminate Parental Rights In Arizona

If you are currently searching for “how to terminate parental rights”, this article is for you! (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION Grounds For Terminating Paternal Rights A person may seek to terminate parental rights of an individual for the following reasons: Drug or alcohol abuse. Adoption. Neglect. Domestic abuse. Incarceration. Mental health issues. Failure to maintain…

Legal Separation Cost

Legal Separation Cost

On average in the U.S., legal separation costs $50,000, with prices ranging from $1,000-$100,000. The biggest difference in cost can be found between uncontested and highly contested separations. Uncontested legal separation can cost as little as $1,000, while highly contested cases can cost upwards of $100,000. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION Cost To File For Legal…

How To Become An Expert Witness

How To Become An Expert Witness

If you are searching for “how to become an expert witness”, High Desert Family Law Group is here to help you with that process! (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION What Is An Expert Witness? The objective of any expert witness is to express his or her independent and expert opinion based on the provided information within…

Grounds For Denying Father's Visitation

Grounds For Denying Father’s Visitation

With many courts moving in the direction of joint custody agreements, how would it be possible to get a father’s visitation rights denied? Here are a few circumstances to monitor. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION Can Arizona Courts Deny Father’s Visitation Rights? Whenever two parents separate or divorce, the custodial parent can occasionally prevent the non-custodial…

Mother Not Letting Father See Child

Mother Not Letting Father See Child: What Are Your Options?

If the mother of your children will not grant you visitation, you have several legal options. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION In a trend identified as “malicious parent syndrome”, psychologist Ira Turkat describes the behavior patterns that are abnormal during a divorce process. While this syndrome is not identifiable as a mental disorder, it is a…