Divorce Courage is a Choice


This article is included in a collection of stories to be published as “Family Conflict During a Pandemic: Stories of Struggle and Hope “

Courage is a choice.

Choosing to move through your separation with courage in the face of fear is the one battle in a divorce worth winning. It requires that you share your truth with the person from whom you are separating, with authentic self-awareness. 


Handling the Final Affairs of a Loved One in Arizona


The unfortunate passing of someone you love has not only left you with a ton of grief but as the next of kin, has left you with a ton of responsibilities. After planning final arrangements and laying them to rest comes dividing the estate and tying up loose ends. This process, even with a last will and testament can be especially difficult to get through. There are several steps that need to be followed in order to ensure that your loved one’s last wishes and responsibilities have been carried out.


“Stay-at-Home” Solutions for Divorced Parents


Separated and divorced parents are sorting out what Arizona’s new “stay-at-home” order means for their court-ordered Parenting Plan. Will this change our parenting time schedule? Does this mean we can no longer exchange the children between us? Is “legal decision-making authority” affected?


Online Divorce Mediation in Arizona Continues During Coronavirus

Our lives have been upended due to coronavirus. In mediation, we understand that life moves forward, even when faced with a crisis, and that there remains a need for supportive divorce mediation services in Arizona.


The Benefits of a Boutique Law Firm


In essence, a boutique law firm has a specialist focus on legal work. It commands a network of attorneys that serve a sophisticated clientele. One distinct quality of this type of law practice is that each professional lends expertise on niche legal systems. It’s an organized workforce under the governance of a limited liability partnership. As a smaller outfit, boutique law offices offer a less compound fee structure compared to larger firms.

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