As an Arizona State Bar Certified Specialist in family law matters in Arizona, I am often involved in cases where child abuse is alleged by or against one or both parties. Child abuse is a very serious matter, and the
As a State Bar Certified Specialist in family law matters in Arizona, I often find myself advising clients who have just finished a divorce on what their next steps need to be now that the divorce is over. One very
As an Arizona State Bar Certified Specialist in divorce and family law matters here in Arizona, I have noticed that the holidays tend to give rise to heated disagreements as both parents seek to spend quality time with the children.
As an Arizona State Bar Certified Specialist in family law matters in Arizona, I have repeatedly experienced the pattern of new divorce cases slowing down in November and December, only to surge forward again as the holidays come to an
On occasion I am asked for my opinion as to what my clients should do, keep their name, or change their name. Unlike the other issues that you face in a divorce case, this issue is largely a personal preference
As an Arizona State Bar Certified Specialist in family law matters, I rarely get to experience what I would call a “Matlock” or “Perry Mason” moment in the complex divorce and family law cases in which I have been involved.
27-Feb-2013 Arizona Divorce Lawyer Discusses What You Need To Know About Child Support Even (Especially) After Your Divorce or Custody Case Has Ended Submitted by Attorney Douglas C. Gardner Even after a divorce (or a custody case in which the
As an Arizona State Bar certified specialist in family law matters in Arizona, my blog articles have typically focused right here in Arizona. However, with the world (especially the financial markets) watching Brexit and the unfolding details, it seems that
Most cases in which a parent’s parental rights are severed are commenced by DCS (formerly CPS). However, in unusual circumstances, a severance or termination of parental rights case can be commenced by one parent against the other, or by a
On difficult decision that many people face during a divorce relates to deciding what to do with the marital home. The judge has three basic decisions available, which include: 1) Wife buys out Husband’s interest in the home; 2) Husband