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.
Caring parents get no satisfaction from an inability to care for their children financially. On the contrary, they want to make sure that their children have the things in life they need to be successful. However, life has a way of interfering with those goals and that fear of being unable to provide for their children becomes a reality.
When a parent finds himself in difficult financial straits, child support payments may go into arrears. This means that interest will be compounded and added to the regular payments. The longer that the payment is overdue, penalties, including a loss of freedom, could occur.
Stimulus and Child Tax Credit Payments – What You Need to Know in Arizona Divorce and Child Support Cases
As of June 1, 2021, the Government has issued three rounds of economic stimulus payments related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, starting next month (July 2021), millions of parents across the country will also begin receiving monthly child tax credit payments. Learn how stimulus and child tax credit payments will be allocated by the Family Court.