Divorcing Arizona parents have a lot to consider during their split. They have to handle legal matters alongside dealing with child custody and support. On top of everything, they want to preserve the well-being, health and happiness of their child.
Arizona couples who decide to divorce will have to pick through a lot of information. What is true and what is false? Sometimes it can be difficult to tell. Today we will examine some of the big myths about what a divorce can actually do for you.
While managing the future of your financial assets may not be high on your list as you plan your big day, if you have children, pre-wedding is a smart time to revisit your estate plan.
Whether you share custody or have visitation while the other parent has sole custody, Arizona does not allow either parent to move out of state with the children or a distance of more than 100 miles within the state if the move will harm the relationship with the other parent.