So, I haven't blogged in a few weeks because I've been working on other projects. One of those is the Arizona Order of Protection Guidebook. I've been working on various iterations of a guide for Orders of Protections for years, but I just recently sat down and put something together. The Guidebook provides some commentary on… Continue reading Arizona Order of Protection Guidebook Publication and Free Give Away
In addition to providing information and random family law articles in the blog section, I've added a Book Store page that will list some books that I think can help with divorce or family law issues. I've linked the books to Amazon (affiliate links) so that you can read more about them or purchase them. Also,… Continue reading Book Store
When couples divorce they must divide their property. Because of Arizona’s community property scheme, this is a relatively simple undertaking: each spouse receives 50% of the community property and everyone walks away happy. Unfortunately, this model property division hypothetical is the exception to the normal divorce property division. Instead, even the division of property is… Continue reading What is a property equalization?
$500,000. That is how much a Canadian couple wasted on their custody battle involving their eight year old daughter. The parents are not multi-millionaires. They just really hated each other.The most astonishing part of this surreal case of unnecessary and overly-aggressive litigation, however, is the judge's absolute demolition of the parties and their decision to squander… Continue reading Parents Spend $500,000 on Custody Battle
Michigan Senate Bill 858 seeks to prevent perpetrators of sexual assaults from being able to establish paternity over a child born from their crime. Senator Rick Jones is quoted as saying, "My bill is trying to protect women from this sort of thing." According to the State News' Alex Kurrie, the process behind Senate Bill 858 looks like… Continue reading Pending Mich. Law Intends to Revoke Sexual Assault Offenders’ Parental Rights