The Arizona Divorce & Family Law Blog features the Arizona legal updates along with family law basics, family law news and updates on adoption, child custody, divorce, prenuptial agreement, and property & debt division. This blog is published by Nirenstein Ruotolo Group, P.L.C.
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Gene Johnson of the AP, discusses the family court's handling in various states of a parent's use of medical pot and their custody cases. This isse is becoming more and more newsworthy lately.
Time Magazine just posted article on Divorce and Taxes that has some basic information on whether to file "married", "single" or "head of household", etc. Deals with tax treatment concerning alimony (spousal support), child custody and dependent status,...
The following guest post is from Marc Brown: Divorce and debt problems often go hand in hand and have adverse impacts on each other especially in terms of finance and possessions. Sometimes, fighting on financial issues drain the joy out of a marital life and compel the couple to split up. Under...
In Orinski v. Orinzki before Division 2 of the Arizona Court of Appeals, wife appealled the trial court's approval of husband's request that his spousal maintenance award be reduced. Husband claimed he was entitled to a modification in spousal maintenance since the family's marital home...
Arizona Court rules on multiple tort claims alleging wrongdoing by married parties. In Berk, Wife made claims against Husband for "Consipracy to Commit False Imprisonment", "Intentional Infliction of Emotional Stress", "Libel", "Slander",...
Here is a topic that is often considered the absolute worst, orders of protection in Arizona family law cases where kids are involved. First, a disclaimer: Some Orders of Protection have validity, and some actually work. There are people who seriously need to be protected from abusive or...
The Arizona Supreme Court has adopted Administrative Order No. 2011-16, dealing with Duties and Responsibilities of Appointed Counsel and Guardians Ad Litem. The Order became effective February 1, 2011, and is applicable to all appointed counsel and guardians ad litem on and after the...
Arizona Court of Appeals hold that the trial court should not have excluded the value of Father’s on-base housing from his gross income without determining whether its value was significant and reduced Father’s personal living expenses. See Patterson v. Patterson,...
All of us at NGS wish Rachel R. James, Esq., a divorce and family law lawyer with Nirenstein Garnice Soderquist PLC, well in her serving as the Chair of the Race Judicata Event sponsored by Maricopa County Bar Association (MCBA) this coming Sunday, October 3, 2010.