Thanksgiving is not the only holiday during the month of November. All 50 states across America celebrate National Adoption Month in November of each year.
Seeing any person struggle as a parent is painful. However, when that parent is your own child who is fighting a drug addiction, it can be devastating.
Prenuptial agreements (PNAs) are growing increasingly common for couples preparing to marry. These agreements aren't reserved for high-profile or affluent people; they are valuable tools that can protect the assets and interests of any individual.
A child support order honors your son's or daughter's right to financial support from both legal parents. Arizona follows an "income shares" model that evaluates your combined income and child-related expenses. But occasions arise when that child support order deserves a change.
Couples across Arizona who are getting married this fall are putting the final touches on their wedding plans. As exciting as this can be, it can also be stressful with a lot of details to tend to.
Many separating parents fear a loss of time with their child more than anything else. This worry becomes intense when one of them proposes to move out of town and start a new life elsewhere.
It remains a sad truth that not all engagements end in fairy tale weddings. For those relationships that are consigned to the ash heap of regrets, the final disposition of the ownership of the engagement ring can become a point of contention.
Couples who have trouble conceiving children on their own often are open to adoption. But adoption has its own problems, as the biological mother can always change her mind and keep the baby.
No parent wants to see their kids unhappy, especially when the reason behind it is the parents' divorce. It is perfectly normal for children to struggle during this difficult time. They may profess to be fine, yet still struggle to cope with the changes.
Divorces can be complex legal matters, especially when one of the spouses (or both) is from another country. In some cases, a divorce can cause immigration authorities to scrutinize the marriage closely, looking for evidence of fraud. Below is some basic information about divorce and remarriage involving immigrants.