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What is Divorce by Default in Arizona Family Law

What is Divorce by Default in Arizona Family Law

When going through a divorce in Arizona, the process can become more complicated if one party fails to respond or participate in the proceedings. This can lead to what is known as a Divorce by Default. If your spouse fails to file a response to your divorce application and affidavit of default, you may be able to move forward with the divorce without their participation.

In the state of Arizona, default divorce decrees can be obtained through a legal process that involves requesting a default hearing. However, handling the legal complexities of default divorces can be overwhelming and confusing. This is where a family law legal paraprofessional, such as De Novo Law, can help.

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Divorce Without Going to Court in Arizona

Divorce Without Going to Court in Arizona

If you are considering getting a divorce in Arizona, you may be dreading the idea of a lengthy and expensive court battle. However, there is a way to end your marriage without the need for a court appearance. With the help of a legal service, you can handle the divorce process without ever stepping foot inside a courtroom. In Arizona, couples have the option to pursue a collaborative divorce or mediation instead of going through a traditional court process. This can save time, money, and emotional energy. In a collaborative divorce, both parties work together with their respective lawyers to negotiate a fair settlement, including spousal support and custody decisions.

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Understanding Arizona Paternity Laws: Effective Ways to Establish Paternity

Understanding Arizona Paternity Laws: Effective Ways to Establish Paternity

When it comes to the paternity of a child, the state of Arizona has specific laws and procedures in place to determine and establish legal paternity. In the state of Arizona, paternity may be established through various methods, and it is important for both parents to understand their rights and obligations in the process.

In Arizona, a father may establish paternity by voluntarily acknowledging the paternity of a child. This can be done by signing a voluntary acknowledgment of paternity form, which can be filed with the court or the Arizona Department of Health Services. Additionally, paternity may also be established through a DNA test, court order, or the parents’ marriage after the child’s birth.

To pursue legal rights and responsibilities as a father, individuals must first establish paternity in Arizona. This process can be complex and requires a clear understanding of Arizona’s paternity laws. In this article, we will explore the effective ways to establish paternity in Arizona and the rights and benefits that come with it.

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International Travel and Child Custody over the Holidays

International Travel and Child Custody over the Holidays

As the holiday season approaches, many families begin to plan for travel, but for divorced parents sharing custody, this time can bring additional considerations. At De Novo Law, we understand the complexities that arise when coordinating international travel with shared custody agreements.
This article aims to shed light on the important implications and legal requirements that parents need to be aware of when planning international travel with their children during the holidays. From ensuring compliance with custody agreements to understanding the necessity of mutual consent and the legalities under Arizona law, we provide insights to help parents navigate these challenges effectively. Our goal is to help families enjoy their holiday travels while maintaining legal compliance and upholding the best in

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How Do I Gain Visitation Rights in Arizona

How Do I Gain Visitation Rights in Arizona

Visitation rights, crucial for non-custodial parents and third parties like grandparents, are determined by Arizona’s family law, emphasizing the child’s emotional and physical well-being. Our team, skilled in legal intricacies, can guide you through petitioning for these rights, ensuring that every step from drafting to court representation is handled with expertise and a focus on achieving a visitation schedule that best serves your child’s needs.

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2023 Guide to Filing for a Divorce with Minor Children in Arizona

2023 Guide to Filing for a Divorce with Minor Children in Arizona

Divorce is never an easy process, especially when it involves children. As parents, your top priority is the welfare and happiness of your children, and navigating the complexities of divorce with a minor child can be challenging and emotional. At De Novo Law, our licensed legal paraprofessionals specialize in Arizona divorce and family law, and we are here to help you through this challenging time in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Divorce Dilemmas: Navigating the Sale or Trade of Your Ex-Spouse’s Car in Arizona

Divorce Dilemmas: Navigating the Sale or Trade of Your Ex-Spouse’s Car in Arizona

Arizona is a community property state, meaning that any property acquired during the marriage is generally considered community property and must be divided equitably upon divorce. Arizona Revised Statute § 25-211 defines community property as any property acquired by either spouse during the marriage, except for gifts and inheritances. The car would likely be community property if purchased during the marriage. If the car is community property, you and your ex-spouse must agree on whether to sell the car.

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What is the Arizona Parent Information Program Class?

What is the Arizona Parent Information Program Class?

Participating in the Parent Information Program is not just a helpful choice for parents facing divorce or legal separation in Arizona; it’s a legal requirement.The program serves as a guide to help parents understand the implications of their legal actions on their family. It offers strategies for mitigating the emotional and psychological toll that these proceedings can take, especially on children.

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What Documents are Required in a Divorce in Arizona?

What Documents are Required in a Divorce in Arizona?

Divorce can be a tough road to navigate. Like a long journey, it has many steps and procedures that need careful attention. Among the most critical elements are the required divorce papers in Arizona. Being aware of what these documents are and their purpose can make the process less daunting.

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How to Start a Divorce and Tell Your Spouse

How to Start a Divorce and Tell Your Spouse

To start a divorce process, one spouse must have lived in Arizona for at least 90 days before filing. Once you’ve established that you meet the residency requirement, the next step is to select your grounds for divorce. Arizona is a no-fault state for divorce, which you can learn more about what that means in this article.

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