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Arizona Family Law Attorney Phoenix
Child Custody, Visitation, and Child Support Lawyer

With DeLozier Law, you’ll feel like:

  • Your case was handled fairly
  • You were treated as you expect
  • You were always communicated with
  • The price was reasonable

Get a Phoenix Family Law Attorney Arizona
Child Custody, Visitation. and Support Lawyer

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Arizona Family Law Attorney Phoenix

We Help With Family Law Issues

Do you need representation for child custody, child support, alimony, unmarried parents, parents’ rights, grandparents’ rights, or other family law matters?

Get compassionate and non-judgmental legal support for all family law issues. Your legal goals in a family law case should be as close to what you want as legally achievable, so we do everything possible to set expectations, keep you informed through the legal process, get those results for you through a long-term agreement between everyone involved.

Family law issues can be difficult to deal with because your life gets exposed to others, including the court of law. Any court order should therefore be workable between all parties without having anyone’s rights violated. Our job is to help make sure your rights are upheld. In this way, some of the grief can be taken off your hands because we provide equitable solutions to child custody, visitation, child support, alimony, grandparents rights, and other family law issues. Call us for your family law case needs in Phoenix and Arizona today at 602-464-9666.

Spousal Property Division Interests

Arizona is a community property state, so any property or assets acquired during the marriage are subject to equitable division (generally 50/50) upon divorce, including pensions and other work-related benefits. Property brought into the marriage by one spouse is normally retained by the owner when the divorce takes place, if the property remains separate property status throughout the marriage.

If one spouse receives an individual inheritance or gift during the marriage, this property, too, is retained by that spouse alone, assuming retains its status as separate property during the marriage. When one spouse has dissipated marital assets through excessive spending, gambling, or feeding an addiction, the amount lost may be included in marital assets when equitable distribution takes place. We can also assist you in determining whether spousal maintenance is appropriate.

Legal Decision Making and Parenting Time

Whether you’re going through a divorce or a paternity action, the two biggest issues needing to be resolved are most often legal decision-making and parenting time. Under Arizona law, legal decision-making is the ability of a parent to make decisions for the child in regard to education, religion, healthcare, etc. Parenting time is what is commonly referred to as visitation–- the time the child spends with you.

Thus, when handling child-related concerns from a divorce or a paternity action from two unwed parents, the two biggest issues are normally who gets to decide what best for the child or children, and how much time each parent gets to spend with the child or children. When negotiating or litigating decision-making and parenting time, choosing an inexperienced lawyer can be the difference between seeing your child two days per week or four days per week. Choose the highly-experienced Arizona family law attorney in Phoenix – call us today at 602-464-9666.

Child Support Cases

Receiving the amount of child support that you are entitled to is essential. Similarly, ensuring that you’re paying the correct amount of child support is vital because overbearing child support payments can be crippling. We can help with initial child support calculations as well as post-decree modification. These are sometimes necessary when there is a substantial change in circumstances such as one parent getting a different job.

Family Mediation

For divorcing spouses who dread the confrontation of the courtroom, mediation may be a more comfortable alternative. Couples who can agree on certain basics, such as parenting time or spousal maintenance, may be able to iron out their differences with the help of a trained impartial third party. That third party, known as the mediator, will hopefully be able to guide them toward a mutually acceptable agreement. We routinely steer clients who are interested in mediation toward respected professionals in that field while retaining the role of legal counsel.

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