Ogborne Law can help with legal separation in Arizona. Our legal separation lawyers have many years of experience in drafting separation agreements. Our law office is located at 5020 E Shea Blvd Suite 240, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 inside the Paradise Valley Plaza. What is Legal Separation in Arizona? In Arizona, the legal separation process that allows a married couple to live apart and divide their finances while remaining married.
Mediation services exist to help you to get the valuable assistance of a disinterested third party to help you settle complicated issues. A mediator will help you get to a win-win outcome so that you can walk away from your agreement feeling good about the outcome.
Estate planning sets up your family to successfully cope with the unthinkable things that can happen to you in the future. Preserve your assets and give your family the tools they need when you’re no longer there to help.
Collaborative divorce is a growing movement among couples who understand that their marriage is ending but their family isn’t. The process of collaborative divorce works to protect the kids from the pain of divorce while helping end the marriage in a clear and fair way.
Martial agreements like prenuptial agreements or cohabitation agreements are an important consideration for any couple. While not romantic, they’re a great way to manage risk and protect everyone in the marriage.
In Arizona, the legal separation process that allows a married couple to live apart and divide their finances while remaining married. Simply stated, divorce and legal separation in Arizona create financial boundaries and rules that both of you are required to live by.
When you’re ready to discuss your options regarding your step-child, contact Ogborne Law and we’ll walk you down the path to bringing your family even closer together.
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No matter what type of power of attorney you need, it is wise to consult a power of attorney lawyer before selecting the agent you would like to act on behalf of you. Your power of attorney lawyer can walk you through the steps to get your power of attorney finalized correctly.
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