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May 2018 Archives

College expenses and divorce

College is expensive. Under ideal circumstances, Arizona parents have planned, saved and invested to be prepared for this expense. In addition, the child has studied and worked hard to earn a college acceptance letter. Yet, even when these things have happened, a divorce can alter the college financial picture.

Should I terminate their rights?

Imagine you are a single parent, and the other "biological" parent has been absent any meaningful contact or part of the child(ren)s life for 6 months or more. This is often the situation our clients find themselves in, and when asked if they want to pursue severing the rights of the other parent they worry about "poking the hornets' nest" or "upsetting the apple cart".

When a child custody modification in Arizona is a wise move

Circumstances in life change. When Arizona parents who have been divorced for a while with a specific child custody agreement in order go through those inevitable changes with their kids, perhaps a modification to the custody agreement may be in order. If a modification is in the best interests of the child, a court may grant the request.

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