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legal standards and ethics. Lisa Johnson Stone is AV Rated (Highest Rating in Legal Ability and Ethical Standards) by Martindale-Hubbell. Kiilu Davis is a Family Law Certified Specialist by the State Bar of Arizona Board of Legal Specialization.

 

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    A divorce can often be a complex, difficult and emotional process. It is important for parties to understand their rights and responsibilities relative to the division of assets, debts, spousal maintenance and child related issues. Seeking the advice of a qualified attorney may help you from making irreversible and costly mistakes.

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    Legal Decision Making concerns the process of resolving medical, educational, religious upbringing and personal care decisions by parents on behalf of children. Parenting time, formerly known as visitation, is the time spent by each parent with the minor child.

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    Determining legal decision making, parenting time and financial support can be a challenging task for any parent. Seeking the advice of a qualified attorney may help you better understand your rights and responsibilities.

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    Determining legal decision making, parenting time and financial support can be a challenging task for any parent. Seeking the advice of a qualified attorney may help you better understand your rights and responsibilities.

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    Alternative Dispute Resolution is the term for a full range of methods in which parties can resolve their disputes or conflicts amicably and without the need for a trial. These services can be voluntary or court ordered and be achieved through the Court or with the use of private mediators.

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    Relocation in any relocation case, the Court must apply Arizona Law to determine whether one parent’s relocation shall be permitted. When the parent files a relocation request with the Court, the interest of a parent who wishes to move away may come into immediate conflict with the other parent wishes to maintain their parenting time.

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    Is defined as the payment of monies from one spouse to the other as means of support; the Court may order spousal maintenance during and after your divorce proceedings pursuant to Arizona Law. In determining whether either party qualifies for spousal maintenance the Court will consider numerous factors, including by not limited to: income and earnings, age, health, length of marriage, waste committed during marriage, education, work history and need.

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    • Substantial Marital Estates