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Are there signs of financial infidelity in your marriage?

Rather than physical or emotional infidelity, it could be financial infidelity endangering your marriage in Arizona. Your spouse could have debt, savings accounts or other financial activity that you do not know about. To help you determine if this could be what is going on with your spouse, The Simple Dollar breaks down a list of common

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What should you consider before adoption?

You and your spouse may like the idea of adopting a child. However, there are many things to consider before you start the adoption process in Arizona. When you first consider adoption, you and your spouse may not realize how many options exist. The New York Times says that you can usually choose one of

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A prenuptial agreement may be enforceable even when challenged

Although some Arizona residents may feel uncomfortable bringing up the issue of a premarital agreement, discussing one may provide a spouse with some protection in the event that the marriage does not work out. KTAR News and Associated Press reported on a family judge’s decision to uphold a premarital agreement made between an award-winning newspaper publisher

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Deciding to postpone your divorce

There are countless reasons why couples decide to file for a divorce, and there are also a number of reasons why couples may decide to postpone their divorce. For example, a couple may want to wait until their children move out of the home before they end their marriage, or they may decide to hold

Living apart and the divorce process

The divorce process may be initiated by a husband or wife for various reasons. Sometimes, people decide to call their marriage off as a result of an extramarital affair. However, this is certainly not the only reason why marriages fail. Couples may grow apart from an emotional standpoint, and some may even become physically separated

Mental illness can impact child custody

It is commonplace for judges to award joint custody to the parents. They do this because family experts believe it is in the best interests of the children to have both parents active in their lives. However, in honor of May being Mental Health month, we thought it was timely to discuss how issues of

Getting divorced in the digital era

Social media is a popular way to check in or share bits and pieces of your life with friends, family and others. This can seem harmless as you share a child’s sporting triumphs, a family trip, or a night out with the boys. However, one’s digital footprint is something they need to reevaluate and monitor

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Could your spouse be hiding money during divorce proceedings?

Many divorces are acrimonious, but there are some that go over the top. Beyond disagreements over the issues of divorce, one or both spouses may be violating trust. In more cases than you might expect, one spouse is hiding money from the other. Typically, this is done to reduce alimony, property division and child support

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Divorce means separating your credit. This is an opportunity.

Divorce is sometimes associated with debt. In some cases, this is simply because the parties have accumulated debt over time. In others, people find it hard to afford two households where one was possible before. Whatever your circumstances, divorce gives you the opportunity to build a new credit rating separate from your ex. Let’s start

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