In a divorce, issues related to the children are usually the most important. Accordingly, questions about how the court will award legal decision making and parenting time are among the most common. Most people use the term “custody” to describe which parent the child lives with most of the time; however, Arizona now breaks what
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Is Arizona a No Fault Divorce State? A no-fault state is a state in which you may file for, and be granted, a divorce without alleging or proving any kind of marital misconduct. In other words, you can get a divorce simply because you no longer want to be married (as long as you don’t
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In Arizona, the amount of child support the court orders a parent to pay is determined in accordance with the Arizona Child Support Guidelines. Although they are called guidelines, the court will almost always order child support pursuant to the Arizona Child Support Guidelines. The court has discretion to deviate from the guidelines, but will
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What Is A Covenant Marriage? Covenant marriage laws offer couples to choose if they wish to limit the grounds for divorce in their marriage. If a covenant marriage is chosen, the couple are required to obtain marriage counseling before the wedding. In the case of couples which are already married, a conversion to a covenant
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