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Arizona Mothers: Know Your Rights

In disputes about child custody, parenting time, visitation rights, and legal decision making, mothers often wonder about their specific rights. Under Arizona law, it’s important to understand that parents are seen as legal equals, and judges cannot make determinations based on sex or gender of either the parents or the child.Still, that doesn’t mean that mothers are powerless in such disputes. Ultimately, Arizona law favors the best interests of the child, and mothers are well within their rights to present evidence and testimony to show their past history and future ability to provide care and stability for the child.  In the...

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Arizona Fathers: Know Your Rights

Throughout the State of Arizona and across the country, many men feel left out of their children’s lives. Whether they’re unmarried, divorced, or separated, fathers can commonly be pushed away from their kids because they don’t know their parental rights. This hurts both fathers and their children, not only in the quality of their relationship to one another, but also if parents disagree about important decisions such as healthcare and education.  Even fathers with amicable relationships with their child’s mother should have a working understanding of how the law protects their rights, the options available if they need to take action,...

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Important Documents You Need in a Divorce

When you decide to initiate a divorce it seems like such a big weight on your shoulders and you don’t know where to start. We always tell our client’s considering a divorce to start with getting together important documents and let us put the pieces of those documents together for you. At the Law Office of Steven N Cole, we are experienced in the divorce process and in this article we are going to walk you through documents you need to collect when initiating a divorce. 1. Agreements When you got married and throughout your time together you most likely had agreements...

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CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT IN PHOENIX

Need help enforcing your court orders? For many parents, child support is necessary to care for their children after a divorce. When your ex-spouse fails to provide such support, you may be unable to adequately provide for your children. Our Phoenix child support attorney can advocate on your behalf to ensure that you receive the support you need after a divorce. When you work with Steven N. Cole, LLC, you can rest assured that your case is in the hands of a compassionate and understanding attorney. Our family lawyer is firmly committed to every client's well-being, placing a special emphasis on individual client relationships to...

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TYPES OF CUSTODY IN ARIZONA

Work with Our Phoenix Child Custody Attorney Child custody legally determines how each parent will care for their child after their marriage has ended. Because these terms influence each parent's right to make key decisions and spend time with their children, it is a primary concern in most divorces and modifications. Steven N. Cole, LLC can help you seek a ruling that is optimized to meet your needs and the needs of your child. At our firm, we pride ourselves on providing the representation families need to maneuver a wide range of circumstances. Our counsel is backed by more than 20 years of dedicated...

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HOW PARENTAL ALIENATION CAN AFFECT YOUR DIVORCE

For many families, the difficulties associated with divorce iron themselves out as everyone becomes accustomed to their new way of life. For others, ending their marriage is the beginning of their problems. Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) is a harmful condition that can occur after divorce when one parent tries to alienate their child from the other. This is damaging to all members of a family, and should be avoided whenever possible. Parental Alienation Syndrome is caused by repeated attacks on another parent's character. This can occur intentionally, as one party frequently casts the other in a negative light or prevents them...

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