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What to expect in a high-asset divorce in Arizona

We all face situations in life when we might have unrealistic expectations about what is going to occur. Sometimes, the best we can do is "hope for the best and prepare for the worst," as the old saying goes. But, no one wants to go into something as serious as a high-asset divorce with nothing but hope to count on. The right information is crucial in order to attempt to ensure that you achieve your goals in the divorce process.

Carefully consider the factors at issue with child support

Child support can become a contentious issue in any divorce case in Arizona because it involves two things that are hugely important to everyone: their kids and their money. Child custody and support are oftentimes intertwined as problematic issues before the court, which is why it is important to understand the factors that will come into play when these problems need to be decided by a judge.

Why should fathers in Arizona establish paternity?

These days, many children are born to parents who are not married. This is a vastly different societal change than what was seen 50 years ago. There is not much of a stigma to being born "out of wedlock" anymore, and, with good reason - children don't choose their parents, or the relationship status of their parents. But, legal issues can potentially be a bit more complex when it comes to children who are born to unmarried parents.

Avoid financial mistakes in a high-asset divorce

When Arizona residents are in the process of getting a divorce, they don't want to make any financial missteps that could prove to be extremely costly down the line. Yes, the family law courts seek to provide fairness in their rulings, but there are times when the parties themselves may be making mistakes that the court doesn't need to correct or doesn't have the information to correct.

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