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Family Law

Child Custody

In Arizona “child custody” is divided into two concepts: Parenting Time and Legal Decision-Making.

Child Support

In Arizona, parents have the legal obligation to contribute to the support of their children. The laws of Arizona establish


Arizona is a community property state. That means, absent a valid pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement

Divorce FAQs

Can my spouse do things like empty our joint bank accounts or cancel my health insurance, or kick me out of the house?


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Paternity Cases

In Arizona, for a married couple, the husband is presumed to be the father of any child born during the marriage.

Prenuptial Agreements

Arizona is a community property state. For a married couple, nearly all assets and income acquired

Property Division (Divorce)

Arizona is a community property state. That means, unless the spouses have executed a pre-nuptial (or post-nuptial) agreement


A parent subject to a parenting time and legal decision-making order must get either permission from the other parent

Spousal Support (Alimony)

In Arizona, the judge in a divorce case have the power to order a higher-earning spouse to pay spousal maintenance (alimony)

Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is an unfortunate reality in many marriages and romantic relationships. If you are the victim of domestic violence

No-Fault Divorce

Arizona is a no fault divorce state. A spouse does not need any grounds upon which to base filing for divorce. All that is necessary

Covenant Marriage

Arizona recognizes a special form of Marriage called a Covenant Marriage. Unlike a regular marriage, spouse in a covenant marriage