TEMPE/EAST VALLEY ATTORNEY DISCUSSES ATTORNEYS FEES

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TEMPE/EAST VALLEY ATTORNEY DISCUSSES ATTORNEYS FEES The Court in Family Law and Divorce cases has the ability to order one party to pay all or some portion of the other party’s attorneys’ fees and costs.  The Court will look at

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Is Facebook Causing Divorces?

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Is Facebook Causing Divorces? An international article was recently published online (http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Tech/Social-Media/Facebook-fuelling-divorce/articleshow/5885855.cms) discussing the causal effect of increased use of Facebook and other networking websites in divorces.  The article stated that as many as 20% of British Divorces made mention

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How One Judge Defines Legal Custody:

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Legal custody, usually either joint legal custody or sole legal custody, is the decision legal right/responsibility for decision making regarding the children.  It is not the amount of time each parent spends with the children.   The concept of what

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Division of Assets in Divorce

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Arizona law requires Courts in Dissolution of Marriage proceedings to equitably divide community and joint property. A.R.S. § 25-318(A). Furthermore, under Arizona law, “equitable” is synonymous with “equal” in most cases. For example, in Valladee v. Valladee, 149 Ariz. 304,

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