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March 2018 Archives

How to determine parenting time

When people in Arizona or anywhere else in America can't agree on how to divide custody of their children, a visitation schedule could be created for them. In some cases, a schedule is needed because the parents live a long distance from each other. However, it may also be necessary if the parties are unable or unwilling to come to an arrangement on their own.

OCSE tweaks collection system

Parents in Arizona who pay or receive child support may be interested to learn that almost $33 billion of child support was collected in the federal fiscal year 2016. According to a representative of the Office of Child Support Enforcement, 75 percent of the support that was collected was obtained through income withholding. The OCSE is taking certain steps and collaborating with payroll businesses and professionals to make sure the income withholding collection process continues to yield good results.

Entrepreneur finds marketing niche: co-parenting app

So-called computer and smartphone "apps" that address virtually every subject are seemingly being developed daily. Nothing more than a device in hand is needed to make music and videos, write a book, paint, monitor home security from afar and engage in a thousand other activities.

Retirement funds critical part of property division

Retirement accounts are often the largest assets held by couples and families in Arizona. Therefore, when a divorce occurs, the distribution of these accounts is of primary concern to both partners. These funds are often critical to the financial health and future of both parties and the subject of some of the most contentious issues in a divorce. In fact, 62 percent of divorce lawyers ranked retirement accounts as one of the most difficult issues to deal with.

Understanding spousal maintenance in Arizona

If your Arizona marriage is coming to an end, you may, depending on the specifics of your situation, decide that you want to pursue spousal maintenance. Spousal maintenance, which is also called alimony, is a provision your husband or wife may have to make to you when your marriage ends so that you are able to maintain a certain quality of life.

Finding the right family law attorney

Hiring an attorney is often an investment, and when family law matters are on the line, you also want to feel confident that you have full faith in your lawyer’s ability to represent you and advocate on your behalf. Because the stakes are so high when hiring an attorney, it is important that you take the process seriously and that you perform a little due diligence of your own before signing on with a particular lawyer.

Protecting finances from divorce

Having certain financial safeguards in place in case of a divorce is something that should be considered by every Arizona couple who thinks they may get married. Legal devices such as prenuptial agreements may seem pessimistic, but they are actually common sense tools to protect oneself from the possible financial consequences of getting a divorce.

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