Beginning in January 2023, a new Arizona law will allow eligible convictions and criminal records to be sealed. Sealed records will be hidden from public view but still accessible to criminal justice agencies and certain employers for sensitive positions.
In Arizona, you can be charged with child endangerment for many different actions involving minors under the age of 18. This is a serious crime that carries severe penalties. If you are convicted of child endangerment, you could face a jail or prison sentence, stiff fines, and other penalties.
Learn what is the Arizona Brady List and how it can assist your Phoenix defense attorney in winning your case and ultimately dropping all criminal charges against you.
Establishing Paternity in Arizona is critical and mandatory in many areas of a divorce that involve children. A father has no enforceable parental rights concerning access without establishment. For this reason, it is crucial that you speak with CHM Law today.
Unfortunately, sometimes pregnancy and divorce may go hand in hand, and an expectant mother may find herself seeking a divorce from her spouse. Pregnancy is a challenging situation that can add stress to any relationship, even the strong ones.