We help couples going through a divorce co-parent and divide their property without undue stress and expense.
The family law attorneys at the Singular Law Group in Arizona take the stress out of divorce.
Arizona is a community property state. This means that, when you divorce, all the money you earned, property you bought, and debts you incurred during the marriage gets divided in half. Couples who have modest assets, were only married briefly, and do not have children together can get a summary dissolution of marriage, which is inexpensive and usually does not require a lawyer. The higher your net worth, the more likely you are to need a divorce lawyer, especially if one spouse is seeking alimony. If you have minor children, the court will order a parenting plan that determines each parent’s parenting time and how the parents will share decision making about the children. In most families, one parent must pay child support after the divorce. Your lawyer can help you modify your parenting plan or child support order.
If you have a prenuptial agreement, the Singular Law Group can help you persuade the court to enforce it or set it aside.
In family court, issues that are simple from a legal standpoint can still be emotionally harrowing. Even if your spouse lied to you and sabotaged your finances throughout the marriage, the court will be fair to you in your divorce judgment if your lawyer helps you decide what to request.
Child Custody– Both parents have a right to a stable relationship with their children after divorce. Child custody is not about winning or losing; it is about the children spending time with both parents according to a feasible schedule. Your lawyer can help you modify your parenting plan.
Annulment – If the court decides that your marriage was not legally valid because your spouse defrauded you, the property division rules do not apply.
The Arizona family law attorneys at the Singular Law Group help former spouses exercise their legal rights while maintaining healthy relationships with their children. Contact us with questions about enforcing child support, modifying parenting plans, prenuptial agreements, and more.