Going through a divorce with children is one of the hardest, most stressful events you will face in your lifetime. 10 rules to make your divorce with children a little bit easier. 1. Acknowledge your
We often hear this question: Do I have to continue paying alimony if my spouse is co-habitating? By law, Spousal Maintenance ends upon remarriage or death. But what about when your ex is shacking up?
The negative effects of children witnessing domestic violence are well documented and far reaching. In Arizona, the presence of children during an incident of domestic violence makes the incident “aggravated” and may mean felony charges.
Divorce is rough on everyone involved. We all know this. While there might be a preconceived notion that it is women who have more of a difficult time during a divorce, this is certainly not
Divorce will affect your financial future one way or another. In some cases, where your spouse was spending a lot of money rather than saving it or paying bills, it could be a welcome change.
You put a lot of sweat, tears, and blood into building your business and getting to the point where you are right now. You don’t want to have to give up the business entirely now