Part 1 of Navigating Divorce: Trial Preparation Tips

Part 1 of Navigating Divorce: Trial Preparation Tips

Going through a divorce doesn’t always mean that you will have to go to trial. Quite often, the divorce cases will settle before they reach that stage. Through mediation, negotiation, and trying to get both parties to find common ground, it’s possible that the couple...
Establishing Paternity Rights in Arizona

Establishing Paternity Rights in Arizona

Paternity rights are essentially the rights of a father. Establishing paternity rights can affect anyone who has children out of wedlock, as well as those who are married, but the father of the child is not the husband. While it might seem simple, it’s not just enough...
FAQs on Divorce and Family Law in Phoenix, AZ

FAQs on Divorce and Family Law in Phoenix, AZ

When you are going through a divorce, you will likely have quite a few questions. After all, it’s not every day that you are faced with the life-changing effects of divorce. You may have questions about the logistics of filing for divorce, whether you need an...
Part 2: Using Evidence To Your Advantage

Part 2: Using Evidence To Your Advantage

Using Evidence to Your Advantage Part 2 In part one, we discussed what evidence is and the rules of evidence, as well as some tips on how to start organizing your information. Now, we’ll pick up with the types of evidence that need to be stored in separate folders,...
What Can You Do About The Cost of Divorce?

What Can You Do About The Cost of Divorce?

You know that getting a divorce is the best thing for your life, and you want to go through with it. However, when you start to think about the costs of divorce, it can feel daunting. You hear stories about people paying tens of thousands of dollars to get divorced,...
Part 1: Using Evidence to Your Advantage

Part 1: Using Evidence to Your Advantage

Using Evidence to Your Advantage Part 1 When you are going through a divorce, it’s easy for the stress to start to mount. You have a lot to handle. One of those elements that you and your attorney will need to consider is evidence. It is more important than you might...