Here in Scottsdale and throughout the Valley, we are gearing up for the Waste Management Phoenix Open this week culminating with both the Super Bowl and the final round of the tournament this Sunday, February 4, 2018. As always, we expect large crowds for “the Greatest Show on Grass” with the accompanying nightly celebrations at
Month: January 2018
BE AWARE OF THE PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION
Before filing for divorce in Arizona, you should be aware of the Preliminary Injunction and how it will affect you. A Preliminary Injunction is a court order that goes into effect with every divorce filed. It goes into effect for the Petitioner on the day the initial Petition for Dissolution of Marriage is filed, and
WILL YOU NEED TEMPORARY ORDERS?
Last week I discussed the question of whether or not to remain living together in the same house while a divorce is proceeding. If you are not going to be living together (and, in some situations, even if you are) you will want to think about if you will need temporary orders from the court.
SHOULD I STAY IN THE HOUSE OR MOVE OUT?
Another common question I receive from clients early on in a divorce is what effect, if any, will moving out of the marital residence have on the ultimate division of that asset? Somewhere, a rumor got started that moving out was akin to abandonment of an asset. This is not true at all. You can
FILING FOR DIVORCE- TO TELL OR NOT TO TELL
Many times in the first consultation or very beginning stages with a new client, they will ask me if/when they should discuss with their spouse that they have hired me and are filing for divorce. This is a tricky question because it is such a personal decision for many. My advice is usually tailored to