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Addressing common concerns about custody and visitation

The end of your marriage will bring many significant changes to your life, as well as the life of your child. Arizona parents have understandable concerns regarding the well-being of their children during this process, seeking a final order that is beneficial and sustainable long into the future.

Painless asset division during divorce

In Arizona and family courts around the world, it is becoming increasingly evident that decisions made during the divorce process are more likely to succeed when couples work through the process together. Negotiations and agreements settled outside a courtroom often have more relevance to the couple's unique situation, and spouses are more likely to abide by them if they had a hand in preparing them.

Could you benefit from a prenuptial agreement?

When an Arizona couple is preparing to get married, it is a time of excitement and joy. Planning for your wedding day is wonderful, but it can also be beneficial to plan ahead to the future beyond the wedding itself. It can be practical and smart to consider the benefits of also drafting a prenuptial agreement before you walk down the aisle.

Keep relatives in mind when you negotiate holiday time in divorce

One of the biggest changes in your family life after divorce may be the way you spend your holidays. If you and your former spouse grew used to going all out and hosting large gatherings for your friends and family in Arizona, your first years of Christmas and other major holidays following divorce may take a bit of getting used to. Especially where your children are concerned, it's important to remember that you are the one who got divorced, not them.

Who ever thought you'd share a house with your former spouse?

From the get go, your children's best interests were the highest priority for you when you began discussing divorce. You knew there would be challenges, and you wanted to make certain that everyone involved would be willing to cooperate and compromise so your kids would have the least amount of stress possible, given the situation. You thought everything was going fine, that is, until your children began lamenting that they did not want to have to move to a different house.

Three benefits of a joint custody arrangement

During a divorce, couples are more likely to fight over custody and money-related issues than any other issue. What will happen to your kids is one of your main concerns during the divorce process, and you will understandably seek an outcome that protects their best interests above all else.

4 benefits of utilizing mediation as a method for divorce

Though many Arizona residents may feel that their marriages can no longer stand the test of time, they may feel uncertain about how to approach divorce. If you find yourself in this type of situation, you may immediately think that dissolving your marriage will require courtroom litigation, losing a substantial amount of your assets or having to deal with a variety of other unseemly situations. However, divorce does not always have to turn into a stress-filled drama.

Joint custody: working together for a strong post-divorce future

Divorce is difficult, and the decision to end a marriage will affect every member of the family, especially the children. In order to minimize the negative impact of a divorce and provide more stability in the future, some Arizona parents choose to parent cooperatively after a divorce through a joint custody plan.

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