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Children and Divorce: Child Custody Communication

Children and Divorce: Child Custody Communication How can you communicate about child custody issues? When children and divorce go together, things can get complicated and emotional. This post was written by a guest blogger to help parents of children and divorce improve child custody communications. Marital breakdown typically means that the relationship and your ability […]

Certified Legal Document Preparer?

By: Doug Nebel, Certified Legal Document Preparer (CLDP) Certified Legal Document Preparer A certified legal document preparer (CLDP)  is someone who is certified by the state to help prepare legal documents for people who do not have lawyers. Some of the requirements to become a CLDP include passing a background and fingerprint check, passing a rigorous […]

Divorcing with Kids – and Without an Attorney

Guest Post By: Leza Biankin There’s not a person I know who gets married only to think that one day the Happily Ever After will end in divorce. It’s just not something one considers while writing out the guest list or trying on that one-of-a-kind dream wedding dress. Then you’re a puddle of tears and […]

How to Represent Yourself in Maricopa Family Court Part 4: Negotiations, Trial Preparation, Trial Presentation

How to Represent Yourself in Maricopa Family Court Part 4: Negotiations, Trial Preparation, Trial Presentation In Part 1, we discuss what to do prior to filing your family court action, determining your objectives and strategy, how to draft your initial pleadings, how to respond, and whether to request a motion for temporary orders. In Part 2, we […]

How to Represent Yourself in Divorce: Maricopa Family Court Part 3: RMC, ERC, ADR, Return Hearing, Status Conference

How to Represent Yourself in Divorce: Maricopa Family Court Part 3: RMC, ERC, ADR, Return Hearing, Status Conference This blog is part of a larger series on “how to represent yourself in divorce” or family court. Some things are specific to Maricopa county, but many are applicable to all family law cases in Arizona. In […]

Rule 49 Disclosure Chart

There are certain disclosures you must make during a family law case in Arizona Family Court. Rule 49 outlines the minimum disclosures that all parties in a family law case must disclose (reveal). If your opposing party refuses to supply this information, you have options for recourse. Learn more about the entire disclosure process in this […]

VIEW THE WEBINAR: HOW TO REPRESENT YOURSELF IN FAMILY COURT

 The webinar “How to Represent Yourself in Family Court” View a recording of the webinar here. Webinar Description If you are like the majority of Arizonans, you are representing yourself in Family Court. Family Law Attorney Billie Tarascio offers this webinar with specific instructions for how to best represent yourself in family court. The webinar will cover […]

How to eFile Your Documents

eFiling Online in Maricopa County How to eFile Your Documents: eFiling is awesome! It saves you the time and money associated with driving to the courthouse, waiting in line, and delivering copies manually where they need to go. You can eFile your family court documents in Maricopa County by following these step-by-step instructions. Email docs@accesslegaldocs.com with […]