Our top priority in this time of uncertainty is protecting the health and safety of our employees, clients, friends and families. Our office will remain open, but we are primarily working remotely. Essential personnel are in the building, but in their own isolated suites. We believe it is prudent to limit in-person meetings and settlement conferences during this time. Currently, the best way to communicate with us is through emails and telephone calls. Be assured that our technology allows us to provide the same seamless service you would have if everyone were here in person. If an in-person meeting is required, we are strictly adhering to CDC Guidelines. We are posting regular updates on how COVID-19 affects family law issues on our blog and our Facebook page.

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Divorce and Legal Separation

Divorce & Marital Residence

Sometimes one person in a married couple has poor credit, but they want to purchase a home anyhow. They end up purchasing it in the …

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Parenting Plans

Equal Parenting Time in Arizona

There is lots of homespun speculation out there about whether Arizona law requires equal parenting time for separating parents. Some folks think that there must …

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Family Law

Kids and Masks During COVID-19

Kayt’s Kids Corner Kayt has been with The McCarthy Law Firm since 2011, her law clerk days, and has been practicing law since December of 2013. …

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Family Law

Family Court & School Choices

School is in session or will be soon along with heated controversy over whether it should be in virtual or in person or some combination. …

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Family Law

Small Business Grant – Resiliency Fund

If you are a Tucson or South Tucson non-profit or small business financially stressed by COVID-19, have under 50 employees and not received other virus funding, …

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Family Law

Wedding Bells Still Ringing Part 2: Pandemic Prenups

article by: Natalie Evans Parkman With a background in cases involving trauma, inter-family conflict, and disruption of the parent-child relationship, Natalie has cultivated a practice that …

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Family Law

July 1 Update: Family Law Cases in Pima County Superior Court

Written by: Esther Brilliant, J.D. As of July 1, 2020, divorce and family court in Pima County remains open, but it has had to adjust …

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Family Law

COVID-19 & Increased Screen Time for Kids

Kayt’s Kids Corner Kayt has been with The McCarthy Law Firm since 2011, her law clerk days, and has been practicing law since December of …

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Family Law

Alcohol Use Disorder: What You Need to Know for a Custody Case

What is Alcohol Use Disorder? Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is a chronic disease characterized by excessive drinking and a preoccupation with alcohol. Because it is …

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