When an Arizona resident decides that it is time to end their marriage, they quickly realize just how much is at stake. Not only must they choose to dissolve the legal relationship that exists between them and their spouse, but they must also accept new realities regarding their parenting, property and finances.
The way that parents choose to tackle the challenging job of raising kids looks different from household to household. While some Arizona parents may choose to divide and conquer the responsibilities by having one parent work out of the home and the other manage the household, others may elect to have both parents work out of the home to better provide for their families.
Being held in contempt of court is a serious legal situation. However, many Arizona residents may not know that there are two forms of contempt that they may face in the judicial system: criminal and civil.
Presumptions govern many of the parental commitments that men take on. This is because while maternity can be proven when a child is born, it is not always as clear to determine what man was responsible for the child’s conception before birth.