Family law attorneys are the most widely used lawyers in the United States. These law firms have lawyers who are well-versed in all legal matters involving changes in family relationships from prenuptial agreements to child adoption.
Courtships and engagements are all about romantic dinners, walks on the beach, and wine and roses, but what happens when one party in the engagement disrupts the enchantment of planning a wedding and a happily ever after by asking for a prenuptial agreement and the other spouse reacts as though you stuck a pin in their floating balloon?
Family courts in Arizona and elsewhere deal with some of the most sensitive and intensely personal legal matters—those involving families. But are family courts and divorce courts the same? While family courtrooms are filled with divorce proceedings, and divorce-related disputes are the number one type of cases heard in family courts, there are no separate divorce courts.