March 2020 Archives

Financial control needed when divorce is looming

The writing is on the wall and it is only a matter of time before action must be taken. Once things get to this point, the Arizona spouse needs to begin prioritizing things and take stock of the current financial situation. Of course, it would be prudent if such action had already occurred; however, this is not always the case when a divorce is looming.

Making child custody easier when choosing to co-parent

Arizona parents who divorce may choose to work together and co-parent their children. This arrangement is often beneficial for the children because it allows them to maintain strong relationships with both parents and be with both of them for substantial amounts of time. Even when agreeing to work together, co-parenting can be a complicated and difficult child custody arrangement.

Military divorce is hard -- alimony makes it easier

There are a lot of challenges military spouses face, especially when it comes to having a career. Arizona employers are sometimes hesitant to take a chance on employees who might not be around for long. Maybe you have even experienced this yourself. If so, and you are now going through a divorce, you know how important alimony is.

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