Arizona Alimony 101

Alimony is a word that inspires a great deal of confusion – and sometimes fear – in Arizona divorces. If you’re going through a divorce, you may have a lot of questions about alimony. What types of alimony arrangements exist…
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Do You Have to Complete a Field Sobriety Test?

Being pulled over by the police is always scary, but being asked to submit to a field sobriety test can be even scarier. Whether an officer has pulled you over on suspicion of DUI or you have been stopped at…
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What Happens to Mutual Debt After Divorce?

If you’re currently in debt, you’re in good company. According to Pew Research Center’s most recent findings, approximately 80 percent of Americans owe money to lenders and creditors. And while being in debt is stressful in and of itself, a…
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The Fundamentals of Asset Division in Divorce Cases

One of the biggest issues involved with any Arizona divorce is the division of a couple’s assets. This process involves correctly identifying what those assets actually are, determining which assets are considered to be community property or separate property, valuing…
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What Does Arizona Law Say About Underage DUIs?

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, an incredible 43.8 percent of Arizona teenagers drink alcohol. As a parent, this news can be quite alarming – especially if your teen is a licensed driver. What happens if your…
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Keeping Calm at an AZ DUI Checkpoint

Arizona is known for its tough DUI laws, so it’s no surprise that DUI checkpoints pop up throughout the state on a regular basis. As intimidating and frustrating as getting caught up in a checkpoint can be, it’s important to…
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How Do I Establish or Modify My Child Support?

Arizona takes a parent’s responsibility to support their child/ren very seriously. The statutes mandate that both parents have a legal obligation to provide financial support for their children, regardless of how involved they are in the child-rearing process. As such,…
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