When ‘I do’ becomes “I don’t,” the Arizona collaborative process takes no-fault divorce to a better place.
In some U.S. states (like Ohio), there’s a difference between a “divorce” and a “dissolution of marriage.” In Arizona, a dissolution of marriage is the same thing as a divorce. It is the legal ending of marriage decreed by a court. It’s the formal and legal ending to your relationship as marriage partners. Divorce CanRead More
Learn about 4 ways an Arizona collaborative divorce with kids is better for you and your family.
Child custody discussions are hard. Collaborative divorce gives you a way to manage parenting time decisions.
You want a divorce and your spouse doesn’t. What’s next? You have Arizona divorce and separation solutions with Ogborne Law.
Divorce is never easy, and it’s made immeasurably more difficult when children are involved. However, for many families divorce is the best solution.
A collaborative setting gives children a voice with which to share their thoughts and feelings. They are also provided with an advocate to voice their concerns.
Splitting assets during divorce is challenging. The collaborative divorce process makes it easier. Working with Ogborne Law, we can help you through it.