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Ashley Madison Extramarital Affairs Site Increasing Divorce Case Loads

Divorce cases are complicated as well as disturbing for the couple, but they can get even more complicated if adultery is involved. Although Florida has a “no fault” policy when it comes to dealing with adultery during a divorce, the laws related to adultery do come into play based on the situation of the case. Depending on the factors, the…read more →

What to know about Domestic Violence and Spousal Abuse laws in Arizona

Domestic violence or spousal abuse is often described as a pattern of assaultive or coercive behaviors between intimate partners. It could take any of several forms including physical, sexual and psychological attacks. According to laws in most states, acts of spousal abuse are subject to civil and criminal actions, and these laws allow victims of domestic violence to obtain civil…read more →

How Long Does Divorce in Arizona Take?

Watch this short video about How Long it takes to get Divorced in Arizona: People will ask us, “How long does it take for a divorce to become final in Arizona?”  Well the reality is, when you file your petition for dissolution, your spouse has twenty days if you’re a resident, thirty days if you’re out of state to respond.  …read more →

Educate yourself before you hire a divorce attorney

Before hiring a divorce attorney, you need to educate yourself on certain aspects related to family law and divorce in particular. This is because your lawyer will not tell you these things and since you would be busy filing a divorce, you might overlook these points. Hire a divorce lawyer only – Most lawyers will tell you that they handle…read more →

How to file a Custody Appeal in Arizona

How do I file a Custody Appeal in Arizona? Watch David Cantor explain how to file a custody appeal in this short video:   Filing a custody appeal is possible, once the divorce is final. In order to file an appeal over a custody ruling in your finished divorce, you need to understand the time frames and how things work. According to…read more →

What Is Divorce Mediation and Why Should You Do It?

This is a Guest Post from Scott Morgan, a Divorce Attorney in Texas. Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution that helps parties reach agreed resolutions to all issues in their divorce case, including child support, child custody, property division, alimony, and any other possible issue. In many jurisdictions mediation is mandatory and the court will not hear your…read more →

What if there is no response to an Contested Divorce in Arizona?

A question we get quite often to our firm is: What happens if my spouse fails to respond to a petition for dissolution? Watch this short video about a Contested Divorce in Arizona: So, what happens if you don’t respond to an Contested Divorce? -If the spouse lives in Arizona, they have 20 days to respond. -If the spouse lives…read more →

Courtroom Etiquette for a Divorce Lawyer

When a divorce lawyer goes to court, he is supposed to follow certain court room etiquette  Following these rules on etiquette leaves a good impression and can also help attract more clients. The first and the most important thing for a Criminal / Family lawyer is to dress properly. This may seem obvious and too simple for some, but it is…read more →

Custody Disputes—Which State Has Jurisdiction?

Article courtesy Lauren Nikulicz, for King Crotts & Associates PLLC In my practice, I’m often asked about which state will have jurisdiction during custody disputes when one parent lives in another state. I practice in New York, and it’s common to find one parent living in New York City and another parent living in New Jersey or Connecticut. When custody…read more →

How to get Custody of a Child in Arizona

Dealing with child custody issues can be very emotional and sensitive for any spouse or parent, but acting in a timely and efficient manner is key to getting custody of one’s children. The first thing that a spouse or parent must do is file a petition to establish custody. Arizona law has changed from using the word custody to using…read more →

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