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Arizona Divorce Residency Requirements
Arizona Divorce Residency Requirements

When it comes to the eligibility to f ile for a divorce , each state has their own dissolution of marriage laws. Arizona, like other states, protects its jurisdiction – making sure that the appropriate laws are applied to appropriate cases with the appropriate ...

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Blog posts in February, 2016

  • Understanding Grandparents' Rights After an Arizona Divorce

    In Arizona, grandparents have limited rights to seek visitation of their grandchildren. For many, grandparents are an important part of the stability ...

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  • The Difference Between Co-Parenting and Parallel Parenting

    Most courts in recent years issue decisions based on shared parenting – commonly called co-parenting . Some are still unsure exactly what that means? ...

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  • Past Due Child Support: What to Do When You're in Arrears

    In situations, when the non-custodial parent who has been ordered to pay child support fails to do so, the other parent can depend upon federal and ...

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  • Most Common Mistakes Made During Divorce

    Divorce is a serious business. The stakes are high. It starts with the ending of an emotional relationship, moves to dividing up assets accumulated ...

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  • Avoiding Parental Conflict: Making Co-Parenting Work After a Separation or Divorce

    Co-parenting amicably can sometimes seem impossible, but doing so is one of the best ways to provide children of divorced or separated parents with ...

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  • How to Behave During a Legal Separation

    If you found that obtaining a legal separation was the best move for you in your current situation, you may now be wondering how your behavior should ...

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  • Keep Divorce from Ruining Your Credit

    In many divorces, there is a substantial amount of debt associated with the marriage. These debts are included in the division of marital property. ...

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  • How Domestic Violence Affects Legal Decision Making Orders

    Domestic violence brings potential harm to the home. It can hurt adults or children. The harm can be emotional, mental, physical or economic. Many are ...

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  • Changing and Enforcing Legal Decision Making and Parenting Time Orders

    If you already have a legal decision making and parenting time order in place, but there is a problem, it may be possible to get it changed. Even once ...

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