Arizona Is A No Fault Divorce State
Arizona is a no-fault divorce state. In Arizona, like most states, you do not need to prove anything to be granted a divorce. It is not necessary to prove abandonment, abuse, neglect or anything else to get divorced. If one spouse denies the marriage is irretrievably broken, the court will hold a hearing to consider […]
Parenting Time: When Does A Child Get To Decide Where They Want To Live?
The “wishes of the child” is just one of the factors that the court will consider. A child’s voice can be heard, but it is not up to the child.
How Is Child Support Affected By Re-Marriage or Cohabitation?
When a divorced parent enters into a second marriage or cohabitation arrangement, the question often arises whether or not the new spouse or cohabitant’s income is relevant for calculating a new child support amount.
Daniel J. Siegel, P.C. Attorney At Law
State Bar of Arizona Certified Family Law Specialist Daniel J. Siegel, P.C. provides an array of family law services for Arizona residents, including: Divorce Child Support Legal Decision-Making (formerly known as) Child Custody Spousal Maintenance Alimony Paternity Premarital Agreements Post-Marital Agreements