Phoenix Divorce Attorneys – 480.568.2701
If you or your spouse want to dissolve your marriage, you have the legal
right to file for
divorce for nearly any reason, including something as open-ended as “irreconcilable
differences.” While it might be difficult to prevent a divorce for
this reason, it is not necessarily difficult to delay one. When you and
your soon-to-be ex cannot agree on a significant aspect of your divorce
terms, it becomes a contested divorce and the entire matter can be extended
months or longer.
If it looks like your divorce is going to become contested, why not call
480.568.2701 today and speak to our Phoenix divorce attorneys? At Arizona Family Law
Attorneys, we always put our clients’ needs and best interests at
the forefront and focus of our practice, keeping everything personal and
Contact us today to learn more about your rights as a divorcing spouse in Arizona State.
Matters to Consider in a Contested Divorce
Many divorces in Arizona end up as contested, not because people want to
make it difficult for their spouses but rather because they are deeply
and personally invested in the outcome. In many ways, your divorce is
arguably more important than your marriage, as it involves how your life
will be stabilized after an unforeseen complication. Everything from where
you are allowed to live to how much of your own wages you get to keep
each month can hang in the scales during a divorce. Make certain you can
rely on the legal team representing you.
In a contested divorce, you may have to fight for your best interests involving:
Don’t Be Afraid to Speak Your Mind
Contested divorces are often labeled by the media and entertainment industry
as negative, awful battles between two spouses. We cannot stress enough
that there is no reason to be ashamed or worried if your divorce becomes
contested. All it truly means is that you are passionate about how your
family and personal life will continue after your divorce finalizes. It
does not mean that you were unprepared for your divorce, and it certainly
does not mean that somehow you and your ex are worse people for it. Take
the opportunity of a contested divorce as it is: a chance to ensure that
your interests are represented and respected during your divorce.
Prepare for the Road Ahead with Our Help
Not only should you be happy and satisfied when your divorce finalizes,
but you should also be financially stable. Our Phoenix divorce attorneys
can be the legal guides you need to succeed in your contested divorce.
The first priority on your to-do list is making certain you are comfortable
and understand every step we take and process we implement during your divorce.
Ready to begin? We are here for you! Contact us