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Divorce Proceedings In Arizona

The ideal family law attorney is going to need to understand all aspects of the law so that they can provide you with a tailored representation and protect any assets you have along with protecting your children through this tough time.

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Child Custody Disputes

In your divorce process, your child’s wellbeing will become a major part of the proceedings which can cause stress on both parents.

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High Net Worth Divorce

If you or your spouse have developed substantial assets before and during your marriage, you may have to undergo a high net worth divorce in Arizona.

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Alimony

Spousal Maintenance (also known as alimony) is a complicated matter in family law. There isn’t a set formula that determines alimony payments.

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Our Family Law Services

Family law is extremely unique and having a family law attorney / divorce attorney working with you is very important. The ideal family law attorney is going to need to understand all aspects of the law so that they can provide you with a tailored representation and protect any assets you have along with protecting your children through this tough time. When evaluating which attorney to work with, you should consider:

  • The attorney's past experience
  • Their past successes
  • Their willingness to go to trial if needed
  • Their reputation in the community

If you need help with a family law matter, schedule a consultation with one of our family law attorneys so that we can evaluate your case. In your consultation, we will help you understand what your next steps need to be.

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Child Custody

In Arizona, there are two different forms of custody. One is referred to as parenting time (physical custody) and the other is legal decision-making (legal custody). When dealing with a child custody situation, the court will examine different factors to determine the arrangement that is best for the child / children. Some factors that are evaluated are:

  • The relationship between the child and parent
  • The interactions between the child and parent or siblings
  • The child’s connection to each community
  • The physical / mental needs of both parents
  • If the parents are willing to have a relationship with each other
  • If child abuse or domestic violence have ever been an issue
  • The child’s wishes if the child is mature enough to express a choice
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Child Custody

Both the husband and wife are able to seek alimony payments during their divorce proceedings. Spousal maintenance can also be a temporary agreement as well as a permanent one. The judge tends to award temporary alimony to the lower-income spouse during the divorce process to help pay for legal expenses and keep up his or her standard of living. Some things that the judge may consider when determining spousal support are:

  • The duration of the marriage
  • If one party is of the age that they may find it difficult to gain employment to meet his or her needs
  • Whether one part helped the other by putting them through school
  • Whether one party lacks sufficient property to meet his or her needs
  • Whether one party is unable to be self-sufficient through appropriate employment
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Alimony

Assets and property acquired during a marriage are presumed to be community property that must be divided equally under Arizona law. Any property that was owned prior to marriage or that was gifted or an inheritance is considered separate property and should not be divided. A standard marriage deals with shared assets involving bank accounts, a home, and vehicles. But a high asset marriage has more assets to divide which brings complexities. Some of the assets we have worked with are:

  • Business interests
  • Multiple homes or vacation properties
  • Investment portfolios
  • Complex retirement accounts
  • Real estate investments
  • Trusts
  • High-end vehicles
  • Stock options
  • Valuable artwork or jewelry
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High Net Worth Divorce

Most people question if they should consider a prenup agreement before they get married. A prenuptial agreement can provide a lot of benefits. A prenuptial agreement provides a proactive plan going into a couple’s marriage that outlines a course of action on the occurrence of almost anything. Prenups provide certainty when an important event takes place such as divorce or disability. If you fall into any of the following categories, you should consider getting a prenup:

  • If either party is expecting an inheritance.
  • If you or your future spouse have significant assets.
  • If one spouse is far wealthier than the other.
  • One spouse is already retired.
  • If one spouse is much older than the other.
  • If one spouse owns all or part of a business.


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Prenuptial Agreements
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Mike

Kaine is a Rock-star family lawyer. He provided great guidance and very quick responses to all of my inquires during my divorce process. My matter was settled fairly and much quicker than even I expected. Kaine's paralegal Amica was fantastic and on top of everything! I would strongly recommend the team from Rose Law to anyone going through this process.
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Paul

Kaine was very informative, thorough and compassionate with a very intricate lengthily divorce that I was in. I found him to be very understanding and forthcoming with all the legalities and explaining them to me in an insightful manner. He was willing to fight for my rights. I have already recommended him to a couple of my friends to use.
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Jodi

Kaine represented me in a "not so typical" family law case. He has a wonderful bedside manner, listens, and made me feel like my concerns were valid (even if they weren't:) If he wasn't an expert on an issue we were facing, he made sure to bring one in. I appreciated that. He worked with me and was flexible and made sure I was in good hands all along the way.
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