By Attorney Kirk Smith Mothers in the past were typically the parent of first choice when it came to receiving primary physical custody of minor children. The orders of the court usually allotted more days each week to the mother,
Submitted by Attorney Douglas Gardner East Valley Divorce Attorney Discusses Father’s Rights in Divorce Cases Arizona has moved forward in terms of Father’s rights recently, which changes how cases should be handled whether you are the Mother
Submitted by Attorney Kirk Smith There is a general discontent among those who must pay child support. The consensus among them is not that they are unwilling to financially support their children; but rather, that they seemingly overcompensate the
Submitted by Attorney Kirk Smith In many cases, parents divorcing, or parents who were not married but are now separating, will fight a merciless custody battle for their children. The extreme acrimony attendant with such battles, in my
Seasoned attorney, Ron Fineberg, addresses the issue of relocation and what Arizona law requires of parents. Q&A’s Question: Our divorce was final two years ago. The father and I were granted joint custody of our two minor children
Under Arizona law, Arizona courts typically have jurisdiction over new divorce, custody, paternity, and other cases involving children so long as the child has resided in the state of Arizona for the 6 months preceding the commencement of the case.