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Child Custody and Visitation and the Coronavirus

Q: What issues are divorced parents facing from the Coronavirus pandemic? Phoenix divorce attorneys are used to dealing with clients complaining that their ex-spouse isn’t complying with child custody, support, or visitation terms. But the coronavirus pandemic has kicked all of that up a notch. In Arizona, child custody and visitation are referred to as…

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Arizona Divorce: A Custody Dispute Over Frozen Embryos

Q: How are frozen embryos handled in a divorce? Phoenix divorce attorneys know that some of the most hotly-contested issues for a couple getting divorced involve their children. If child custody and visitation, referred to as legal decision-making and parenting time in Arizona–and child support–wasn’t challenging enough for a couple’s to agree on with respect…

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Transgender Children of Divorce

Q: How may having a transgender child impact custody and parenting time? If you’re getting divorced in Arizona, and you have minor children, the most emotional and difficult part of the divorce generally involves the decisions that impact their welfare.  In addition to working out child support, the parents need to agree upon child custody…

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When a Divorce Proceeding Stalls

Q: Can the court dismiss my divorce case for delay in prosecution? There’s a lot to consider when getting divorced in Arizona. In addition to deciding how to split up property or whether one spouse will pay alimony/spousal support to the other, divorcing couples with children have to work out multiple other issues. In addition…

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Parental Abduction to Avoid Shared Custody

Q: Can I just flee an abusive ex-spouse with my child to avoid sharing custody? Arizona family law attorneys know that most parents would do just about anything for their children or grandchildren. Sometimes, even if it was illegal. After getting a divorce in Arizona, many couples have a fresh start towards a happier life….

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Winning a Custody Battle

Q: What happens if I have to fight for custody of my child? Sometimes, when people separate or divorce in Phoenix, they are able to amicably work through the necessary steps of dividing their assets, parting ways and moving on with their lives. But when a couple shares children, the break is not as “clean”…

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