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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 Pima County, please be advised that Conciliation Court is postponing any child interviews through the end of January 2021. Currently scheduled January interviews will be rescheduled to a date after … Read more

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 about the process is helpful. Knowledge about your options is critical! A lot of what is out there on the internet is either wrong, does not apply to your situation … Read more

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 you financially after a divorce. But beware: You could end up with more debt than you bargained for. How? If you trade an asset to your soon-to-be ex in exchange … Read more

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. Usually this means that all the assets are valued (or you agree to a value) and each party takes assets of equivalent value. Sometimes, however, there is an asset that … Read more

Pima County Family Court Meets – and Delivers – COVID 19

How technology, triaging, and time management is transforming your family court experience in the age of COVID. The most useless purchase of 2019 – a 2020 Planner. The doors to justice remain open in Pima County Family Court. You can still file a petition for divorce, legal separation, parenting time, support orders, or Orders of … Read more

Domestic Violence Awareness During COVID-19

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. What was initially a prediction has now been confirmed as a reality – domestic violence (sometimes referred to as intimate partner violence or “IPV”) is on the rise as part of the seemingly endless fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some links to what experts are seeing … Read more