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Self-Employed Spouse Hiding Money in a Divorce?

A question our clients ask us quite often is: How do I determine my spouse’s (or ex-spouse) true income since they are self-employed, or a contract worker or work for tips? David Cantor put together this video explaining how a self-employed spouse might hide money and what you can do about it: When working with spouses who have their income on…read more →

Lie Detector & Polygraph Tests

Polygraph—more commonly called lie detector—tests are not often used in divorce or criminal cases. In a criminal case a polygraph can be used to determine key facts in a case whereas in a divorce the polygraph may be used to determine certain habits of one or both spouses. The underlying premise with a polygraph test is that lying is stressful…read more →

Getting Custody of a Child in Arizona

David Cantor explains how to get custody of a child in Arizona:   When parents separate or divorce, both parties must make arrangements so that the care of children continues. In some cases, both parties will agree on a plan to raise their children. In other cases, the courts will need to intervene in order to decide on a plan…read more →

Questions to ask your Divorce Lawyer

In these modern times, the rate of divorce has increased and according to a report, 50 percent of all marriages end in divorce. Divorce is a complicated matter and requires that the divorce attorney you hire has several years of experience in this field. An experienced divorce attorney can easily handle any kind of divorce case. There are some important…read more →

How to File for Divorce in Arizona

The internet is a powerful tool, but it can often be misleading. For example, with all the information on divorces and divorce proceeding, a person may feel that they are able to handle a divorce without a lawyer. However, divorces are usually more complicated than just filling out a few forms. In most cases, a “do it yourself” divorce is…read more →

What is a Collaborative Divorce in Arizona?

When two people want to dissolve their marriage, they’ll often enter into a collaborative divorce. This is an alternative to a traditional divorce proceeding. In collaborative divorces, both people agree to stay civil and to resolve their issues amicably. In this way, they can end their marriage without being combative and destructive. While collaborative divorces still require lawyers, the attorneys…read more →

Divorce-Parenting Plans/Time-Sharing

This is a Guest Post By Lauren Williams, legal expert at King Law Offices in Greenville, SC. A parenting plan is used to detail the responsibilities of each parent after a separation or divorce. It is a legal document that is used in the practice of family law. Many states, including Arizona, are now requiring parenting plans for parents who have…read more →

Professional Goodwill: Walsh v. Walsh decision

Goodwill can often be pricier than Nordstrom! This statement summarizes the latest opinion from the Arizona Court of Appeals on the issue of how trial courts should treat the nebulous concept of “goodwill” as community property. Community property is defined as a system in which property is owned in common by husband and wife as a result of its having…read more →

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