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July 2020 Archives

Family law: Helping kids transition between 2 households

Children who have divorced parents could face a number of issues. Luckily, there are family law tools in place in Arizona to help parents navigate the rough spots which could include helping their children to adjust to life going back and forth from two households. Co-parents face many challenges, but one major challenge is children transitioning from one parenting style to another.

Important factors you should consider in a military divorce

Divorce is a complex process, and it can be especially complicated when it involves one or two spouses who are in the military. If you are facing the prospect of a military divorce, it is in your interests to know what to expect from this process and what you can do to protect your long-term well-being. Preparation is key in your pursuit of a strong and stable post-divorce future.

Family law: Parallel parenting when co-parenting doesn't work

Children can still be raised as loving, caring, well-adjusted individuals when co-parenting doesn't work for their parents. When divorced or separated Arizona parents just can't seem to get on the same page about anything -- including raising their children together -- family law in the state paves the way for an alternative solution. Children can still have a relationship with both parents by a method called parallel parenting.

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