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Has financial infidelity undermined your marriage?

Marriage is a relationship built on trust and mutual respect. When one partner starts hiding things from the other, that foundation of trust can quickly erode. Financial infidelity has recently become a mainstream concept, although the issues it includes have affected couples forever for a long time. If financial infidelity has affected your marriage, you may eventually

Financial steps to take after your spouse announces divorce plans

Sometimes a divorce comes with plenty of signs. You and your spouse may have discussed the issue many times before one of you decides it is time to initiate proceedings. Other times, divorce seems to come from nowhere with one spouse unaware a problem exists until the other spouse says it is time to end

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You know your marriage is over: It’s time to ask for a divorce

Maybe you saw it coming over the past few months or years. Or maybe your spouse did something that pushed you to your limit. Regardless of the circumstances, if you have the feeling that your marriage is over, it’s time to ask for a divorce. But that leads to an important question: How do you

Child custody when an affair partner is present

Finding out that your spouse is having an affair is a rough situation. Learning that they’re leaving you and building a life with that person is even more difficult. When there are children involved, it can be a complex challenge that doesn’t have any easy answers. One of the best things that you can do

How to live with your spouse even though the marriage is over

Financial constraints, the need to preserve your relationship with your children, the desire to stay in the family home and other factors can all force you and your spouse to stay together for a while, even after you’ve made the decision to seek a divorce. How can you manage to make this work? You need

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Knowing Divorce in Arizona

State Bar of Arizona uses the word divorce as shorthand for the real, legal term: dissolution of marriage. The simple term covers both broad and complex concepts but despite its fearsome reputation, it is possible to navigate. While the process is not always intuitive (and it is always recommended to reach out to an attorney for consultation), divorce

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Dealing with stress after a divorce

Getting a divorce can lead to many feelings of anxiety or tension. Many people who underestimated the impact it would have on their emotional health may feel unsure about how to handle those feelings of stress. However, there are some constructive ways to deal with this issue. One of the first things a person should

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Shared custody in AZ may benefit the kids

An unhappy marriage can feel like an immense burden on couples in Arizona. Even after filing for divorce, a lot of time goes into negotiating the separation of assets and debts. When couples have children, the disentanglement becomes even more difficult as they must work together to raise happy, healthy and well-adjusted children. In most

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How to establish paternity in Arizona

Whether you are a father who wants to obtain visitation rights with your child or a mother seeking financial support after a relationship ends, the first step is establishing legal paternity. Once the court determines a legal father, orders for custody and support can follow. Read on to learn more about the process for establishing paternity

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Which irreconcilable differences often lead to divorce?

You have been with your spouse for several years, sharing a life together in Arizona. Despite that, you may find that the two of you cannot overcome issues that have plagued you from the beginning of your relationship. Is there a way to get out of this rut? To help you understand whether your situation

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