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3 benefits of a postnuptial agreement in Arizona

Prenuptial agreements are common knowledge, although not every couple utilizes them. These agreements detail asset ownership, financial responsibilities in the marriage and property division in the event of a divorce. Having a prenuptial agreement may make a divorce go more smoothly because the couple has already resolved many of the issues.

A brief overview of child custody in Arizona

Embarking on a divorce with young children in tow can add several layers of complication to what already tends to be a difficult process. Understanding the basic principles involved can set the stage for a more detailed discussion with your attorney about how best to meet the needs of your children.

How to get your finances together when filing for divorce

One of the first things you should do after deciding to divorce your partner is to get your finances in order. You may have ideas in mind about what you plan to receive in your settlement; however, until the court issues a decree for your situation, nothing is certain. 

Tips for finding the right family law attorney

If you are going through an Arizona divorce, you may feel isolated and alone, and that is entirely normal. Divorce can make you feel alienated from not only your partner but also your friends and family members, and it can prove difficult to decide who truly has your best interests at heart.

What happens to kids’ college funds in a divorce?

When you and your partner decide that divorce is the best option, there will naturally be a number of questions to consider that you may not have planned for. If you have children, you will likely be negotiating custody arrangements. Details involving property division—such as college funds—will affect children, too. Here is what you should know about protecting college savings in the midst of a separation.

3 reasons to consider mediation

Nowadays, couples divorce for many different reasons, and your divorce is not necessarily an indication that you and your soon-to-be-ex can longer work together effectively. In some situations, love simply fades over time. In others, divorcing parents may be able to put their differences aside to do what is in the best interests of their shared children.

Understanding spousal maintenance in Arizona

Facing divorce may get you thinking about all of the uncertainties that might follow. When you join your life with somebody else’s, you also join your goals, schedules and expenses. The last of these is why financial negotiations are often such a looming part of a separation. If your spouse was the higher earner, your financial security after divorce is a particularly important factor that should be taken into consideration.

Understanding no-fault divorce in Arizona

Blame is often a hovering presence in a divorce. It is rare that any spouse will accept responsibility without reservation, and it is more common for spouses to assign responsibility to the other. In some cases, however, both partners agree that neither party is to blame for the separation. This may facilitate a no-fault divorce for couples in Arizona.

How divorce mediation works in Arizona

Divorcing couples in Arizona may opt to participate in mediation as an alternative or supplement to litigating their case in court. Many courts encourage the use of mediation; if you have children, a Family Court judge is likely to order you to mediate some or all parenting issues.

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