Arizona Divorce Lawyer Discusses How To Find The Right Attorney Submitted by Attorney Douglas C. Gardner I have always found photos of the heavy built person with the bulldog on a leash next to the overly stylistic person with the
Arizona Divorce Lawyer Says Goodbye to Custody Submitted by Attorney Douglas C. Gardner I mentioned this in my blog last month, but this is so huge I wanted to address it once more. Goodbye Custody. In a recent seminar, where
GILBERT, TEMPE AND MESA ARIZONA DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW LAWYER DISCUSSES SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO FAMILY LAW STATUTES Submitted by Attorney Douglas C. Gardner As of January 1, 2013,
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 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
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Arizona Divorce And Family Law Tax Issues Must Be Considered Year Around By Attorneys and Parties In dealing with hundreds of divorce and family law cases, parties and even many lawyers often forget to include provisions regarding common tax treatment.