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What the Pandemic Has Taught Us About Settling Divorce and Parenting Disputes

Novelist Margaret Atwood wrote, “A divorce is like an amputation; you survive, but there is less of you.”  For many of you, this pandemic feels …

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Hannah Kyle Kinney Joins The McCarthy Law Firm

We are pleased to announce that attorney Hannah Kyle Kinney has joined our Firm. Hannah brings with her some very intensive experience in family law …

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COVID-19 Legal Help Hotline

The State Bar of Arizona set up a COVID-19 legal help hotline in May 2020. The service is free and answers people’s legal questions that …

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Updates for Pima County Family Court and Conciliation Court

Update from Judge Greg Sakall, Presiding Family Law Judge in Pima County: In light of the ongoing public health issues related to the pandemic in …

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Financial Issues In Divorce, A Client Handbook

As a divorce lawyer, I am always looking for ways to help my clients reduce their stress about is typically a highly stressful process. Education …

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Megan C. Hill is now a State Bar of Arizona Certified Specialist in Family Law

The McCarthy Law Firm is proud to announce that Megan C. Hill is now a State Bar of Arizona Certified Specialist in Family Law. Megan …

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Divorce & Dividing Debt

Novelist Margaret Atwood wrote, “A divorce is like an amputation: You will survive it, but there’s less of you.” Often, there will be less of …

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Relocating with Minor Children

Unless you have sole custody of your child, your ability to move out of Arizona or even 100 miles in the state is severely restricted. …

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Divorce & Dividing Property

Arizona is a community property state. This means that the Court must divide community property equally, unless there is a really good and compelling reason. …

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