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How can a man challenge the paternity of a child?

It is often the case that when an Arizona man learns that he will be a father that he embraces his new role and the prospects of being involved in his child's life. Becoming a parent is a huge step and while not every person who finds out that they are expecting a child is prepared for the news, most rise to the occasion to provide their children with opportunities and love.

Finding financial health after a divorce

It should be no surprise to readers of this Arizona family law blog that ending a marriage and dividing a single home into two households can be expensive. A couple that shares a mortgage may find itself paying that mortgage and rent for one of the partners to live in a residence other than the marital home; to support that second address the individuals both must pay utilities, buy household goods and attend to many of the other costs that are needed for a person to live on their own.

A divorce should not result in financial suffering

While some people may believe that deciding to divorce is an easy choice, for many it is a difficult process that requires them to weigh a number of personal factors and options. A Phoenix resident may feel compelled to stay in a marriage for the sake of their kids or they may simply not be ready to give up on their relationship. For others, leaving a marriage may mean coming to terms with another difficult change in circumstances: a possible modification to one's financial situation.

Can I move if I share physical custody of my child?

It is not uncommon for Arizona residents to change jobs over the course of their careers. In fact, some individuals may even change industries or occupational paths that take them on very different courses of life. When opportunities to make career moves come up it is often the case that the move will impact more than just the person seeking to make the switch.

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