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How Does Step-Parent Adoption Work in Arizona?

You’ve married the person of your dreams, and to top it off, you also have step children that you love like they were your own.

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5 Ways You Can Financially Prepare for An Upcoming Divorce

Divorce is often an emotionally stressful and taxing time in a person’s life.

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Breaking the News: How To Let Your Family and Friends Know that You’re Getting Divorced

We all know that divorce can be tough on the parties involved, but close friends and family members of people going through divorce may also have a difficult time processing the news.

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4 Tips for Staying Sane During Your Divorce

Everyone knows divorce is difficult, but it doesn’t have to control your emotions.

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Understanding the Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act or PKPA

Co-parenting is tough, but doing so across state lines can be even more difficult.

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3 Ways to Protect Your Kids During the Divorce Process

Getting divorced is hard on the divorcing parties, but children often take it harder. If you’re getting divorced, there are effective ways you can shield your children from the various unintended negative unintended consequences divorce can have on them. Read more to learn how you can protect your children’s emotional well being during this difficult time.

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Negotiate, Don’t Litigate: 3 Tips to Avoid a Messy Courtroom Divorce

Getting divorced doesn’t have to be the knock-down dragged-out fight depicted in movies and on T.V. shows.

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4 Ways to Prepare for Your Arizona Child Custody Case

Child custody battles can be brutal because they are emotionally draining for everyone involved. You want to present your best case possible so that you can continue to be in your child’s life.

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4 Useful Tips on How to Be There for Your Child After Your Divorce

Children often react poorly to divorce for a variety of reasons. They do not completely understand what is happening or why, and they have very little control over what is going on.

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How Does Arizona Determine Spousal Maintenance/Alimony?

When one spouse makes more money than the other, he or she may need to pay the spouse “alimony” during or after a divorce proceeding which in Arizona is legally referred to as “spousal maintenance.”

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