1. What Happens If You Can't Pay Child Support in Arizona? dorris law group tucson

    What Happens If You Can’t Pay Child Support in Arizona?

    Child support is money paid by one parent to another parent in order to help pay for a child's living expenses, including medical expenses, after a divorce. This is an on-going payment and is usually paid monthly. This is usually required until the child is a certain age, such as 16 or 18. However, …Read More

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    How COVID-19 is Affecting Divorce Matters in Arizona

    There's no doubt that COVID-19 has thrown a wrench in everyone's plans, including those who are undergoing or have completed divorce proceedings. Now, there are even MORE questions you may have about how COVID-19 is affecting your divorce. Dorris Law Group is a Tucson-based divorce and family law fi…Read More

  3. spousal abuse Arizona

    Knowing the Laws on Spousal Abuse in Arizona

    When it comes to the incredibly serious issue of spousal abuse and the associated complications, it’s imperative to know the laws surrounding it. It’s also important to understand the many forms spousal and domestic abuse can take — physical, emotional, and otherwise. As a trusted, experienced…Read More

  4. What Not to Do in a Divorce

    Divorce is rarely an easy process in the best of circumstances, which means there are a number of pitfalls that you want to avoid. Some of these might seem obvious, but in the middle of emotional upheaval, it’s good to have a reminder of what not to do. Read through today’s post to get a good ov…Read More

  5. Alimony vs. Spousal Support vs. Spousal Maintenance

    Going through the process of a divorce is not easy for anyone, and when you add in the financial terms that need to be agreed upon, things can get even harder. In today’s post, we’ll take a look at two terms that are often used interchangeably and explain exactly what they refer to. If you are w…Read More

  6. What Is Common-Law Marriage?

    While you have probably heard about common-law marriages, you may not know much more than that they exist. At the Dorris Law Group in Tucson, we are well-versed in the legal details associated with common-law marriages. In today’s post, we’ll take a look at the definition, cover the states that …Read More

  7. Which Situations Qualify for Annulment?

    An annulment is a legal procedure that exists within both secular and religious systems that declares a marriage null and void, or without validity. It completely and legally erases the marriage as if it never existed. The difference between a divorce and an annulment is that a divorce is the legal …Read More