Talking to Children During Divorce
Maintaining good parenting is oftentimes difficult while grieving the loss of a relationship and being preoccupied with the preparation of court documents, attorneys, and court dates. It is important to separate adult issues from interactions with children; however, it is necessary to have discussions with children about the divorce on their level. The age...Read More
Bankruptcy: Do I qualify?
With businesses falling financial victim to COVID-19, so too are many hard-working Arizonans who rely on these businesses for a steady stream of income. If your employment has been impacted, you may be facing insurmountable financial pressures due to no fault of your own. If that is the case, you may be questioning whether...Read More
In Arizona family court cases, both parents may agree to the appointment of a parenting coordinator. Parenting coordination is a child-focused alternative dispute resolution process. A parenting coordinator (or PC for short) can assist the parents with implementing and complying with their legal decision-making and parenting time orders. They can also help parents timely...Read More
The May Flowers After April Showers
In a very short period of time, COVID-19 has taught us that it is imperative that co-parents work cooperatively in their child(ren)’s best interests. In recent weeks, I’ve been touched by unusually effective levels of communication and cooperation between parents who share custody of child(ren). It seems as though many parties have been able...Read More