A complicated family law case regarding parents' rights recently made its way to the Arizona Court of Appeals. And while the court reached a decision, the case only managed to open a wide range of questions for the future regarding unborn children and parents' rights.
No one should feel uncomfortable or unsafe in their home. Protective orders or restraining orders, as they’re most commonly known, are there to protect you and your family from harm. These orders are no guarantee of safety but can serve as a legal deterrent to someone who wishes you harm.
Divorcing couples in Arizona and around the country often make difficult choices, and some of these decisions can influence their lives for years to come. It is not uncommon for divorcing spouses to make concessions during property division negotiations to reach a settlement quickly and put the whole process behind them, but making important decisions without considering all of the financial ramifications can leave spouses open to harassment from bill collectors and with credit damage that can take years to rectify.