Many aspects of child custody are difficult for parents to deal with. The shared expenses for the child are one of the issues that is going to continue plague your parenting relationship if you don't work with your ex to set up a clear plan for handling them.
Paying child support can be a challenge, but you know that this is one of the best ways to ensure that your child continues to live the life he or she deserves.
When most people hear the words "domestic violence," they typically think of the physical abuse perpetrated on the victims. While it's true that this form is potentially lethal, psychological abuse can leave life-long psychic scars.
If the court requires you to make child support payments, it's important that you do so in full and on time every month. You don't want to miss payments, as this can get you into all types of trouble.
One of the scariest experiences children can endure is being removed from their parents' homes. Unfortunately, due to neglect and abuse, sometimes removing them is necessary to protect them from further harm.
If you are an Arizona resident who suffers from one or more disabling medical condition, you may have been paying close attention to recent developments surrounding the legalization of the use of medical marijuana.
Some women who have been abused by their intimate partners attempt to justify remaining in the relationship out of misguided beliefs that their children will fare better in life if they grow up in a two-parent home. However, statistics certainly don't support this belief.
If you are going through the divorce process here in Phoenix, at some point you might require a Qualified Domestic Relations Order. But what exactly is that?
Have you come to the conclusion that a divorce is the only way to improve your life?
Arizona is one of nine states that have adopted the community property system. This means that the assets you and your spouse acquired during your marriage will be split between you on a 50-50 basis when you divorce.