COVID19 Parenting Time
August 5, 2020 | Published in Uncategorized
Arizona Courts are enforcing parenting time despite parents’ COVID19 concerns. If a parent is engaging in legal activities (such as going to restaurants, flying on airlines to permitted locations, etc.), Courts are generally not restricting their parenting time. If a parent is ignoring legal requirements, you may have a basis to request restrictions regarding parenting… read more
Arizona Divorce Overview for 2019
July 6, 2019 | Published in Divorce
By Logan Matura and Jacqueline Marzocca, law students and legal interns. Overview of Divorce In Arizona, before a court can grant your petition for divorce, you need only state one legally acceptable reason (ground) for your request. The only grounds which are recognized for divorce in Arizona are that the marriage is “irretrievably broken” or… read more
Parental Relocation / Move Away Requests in Arizona
November 14, 2018 | Published in Uncategorized
Often one of the parents desires to move with the minor child or children to another state or a substantial distance within the state (over 100 miles) which would make it more difficult for the other parent to exercise his or her parenting time. Sometimes one of the parties desires to be closer to family… read more
New Tax Law Effects Spousal Maintenance & Alimony in 2019
November 1, 2018 | Published in Spousal Maintenance
Under the new tax code effective January 1, 2019, spousal maintenance awards entered in 2019 and later will no longer be deductible by the payer or taxable to the receiving party. In the past, parties were at times more amiable to settling spousal maintenance issues as the paying party was generally in a higher tax… read more
The Correlation Between Technology and Divorce [Infographic]
October 11, 2017 | Published in Divorce,Marital Agreements
Technology and Divorce: Is There a Correlation? In this day and age, we live in a technology-driven world which has allowed us to grow and evolve as as a society, but unfortunately the effects are not always positive. Family law attorneys are more frequently seeing social media as the main source of divorce cases. Social… read more
Child Custody Decision-Making Advice
July 6, 2017 | Published in Child Custody
I’m extremely proud of the recognitions I’ve earned, like Certified Family Law Specialist, Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers and Arizona Top Attorneys. But I’ve learned one of my greatest strengths is delivering practical advice, in plain language, when my clients need it most. — William Bishop Phoenix Child Custody Attorney on Legal Decision-Making One of… read more
100 Cities That Spent The Most Money On Ashley Madison
September 17, 2015 | Published in Divorce
In our post you’ll find the Spend of Male Members on Ashley Madison as well as the Average Spend by User in Top 100 Cities. If you click through you’ll see how we’ve ranked the average spend per user in the Top 100 cities in our list.
Checking for Cheaters: Who is Searching the Ashley Madison List?
August 28, 2015 | Published in Divorce
According to new research, just under seven percent of Americans have checked to see if their partner is on the Ashley Madison user list. A survey of 1,500 people from across the U.S. shows that the vast majority of Americans – 93.3 percent – have chosen not to look for their loved one’s information in any database or are not… read more
Do You Need a Social Media Prenuptial Agreement?
July 18, 2014 | Published in Divorce,Marital Agreements
As we’ve discussed, technology has made its way into divorce courts as it’s become a part of everyday life.
Remarriage and Spousal Support: Sorting Out the Details
July 18, 2014 | Published in Divorce,Spousal Maintenance
For a person who is married at a young age and divorces within a relatively short period of time, he or she has many youthful years to consider a second marriage. Of course, anyone who is going into marriage having been through a divorce, there is probably a lot of knowledge gained between the two… read more