There are three different ways to terminate a marriage in Arizona and the process for each is very similar, but the consequences are not, which is why a consultation with an experienced divorce lawyer is always recommended before you proceed. The three ways to end a marital community are Legal Separation, Divorce and Annulment. The same court has the authority to grant a legal separation, a divorce, or an annulment. If you’re considering a legal separation vs divorce or annulment you should get a consultation from an experienced divorce attorney. Call Colburn Hintze Maletta.
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.
Children have a right to be safe. When parents and guardians fail to reasonably protect children, the state government may get involved. In Arizona, the responsibility lies on the Arizona Department of Child Safety (DCS).
If you are a parent under investigation by the Arizona Department of Child Safety, you may wonder what authority they have over you and your rights.
We cover what Arizona Protective Services can and cannot do.