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Trying to handle child support issues alone can be a mistake

Residents of Arizona may think that since there are child support guidelines and a mathematical formula for determining child support, that everything is pretty cut-and-dried. They may even think that the matter is so simple that they do not need to seek help with regards to their child support issues. However, this couldn't be further from the truth.

Research shows more and more Baby Boomers are seeking a divorce

While most married couples in Phoenix envision living a long and happy life together well into their elder years, the fact of the matter is that wedded bliss is not in every couple's future. Some couples will inevitably find that their marriage is irretrievably broken, and will seek divorce. According to the Pew Research Center, more Baby Boomers are getting divorced than ever before.

Paternity through DNA testing is easier than you think

For a good portion of the 20th century, paternity testing was considered an inexact science, both in Arizona, and throughout the country. We could determine when a male was not the father of a child by comparing different combinations of blood types between the child and the father, but could not accurately determine if a man was the father of a child once he was 'ruled in.'. As they tend to do, however, technologies advanced, and we are now able to determine a father's identity with about 95 percent confidence.

Can a parent move with a child out-of-state after a divorce?

People move out of Arizona for a variety of reasons. Perhaps they're the recipients of a job offer that's too good to pass up, perhaps they want to be closer to family, or perhaps they just need a change of pace. Whatever the reason, if the person who wishes to move is a parent and divorced, moving out-of-state involves more than simply packing up the moving van and hitting the road.

Grandparent visitation rights in Arizona

Each family in Arizona is unique. Sometimes a child's parents are married and the family resides together. Other times one's parents were never married and do not reside together. Such parents may also be divorced or, in some instances, one parent has died. Another aspect of families is their contact with extended family. Some children have very strong relationships with their grandparents or other extended family members. These relationships can be important to maintain, even if the parents are no longer together.

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