It is not uncommon after a divorce for one parent to desire to relocate to another city or state. In legal terms, this is an issue regarding the child relocation laws. This could be due to a new job, a new spouse, family connections, or a chance to start a new life. Whatever the reason, one parent's move will have a major impact on child custody. If parents cannot agree on a relocation, then the decision will be left up to a judge. A judge will evaluate several legal factors to decide the custody arrangement best suited to the child's needs. child relocation
Alimony (Spousal Maintenance)is money that one spouse pays to the other for support either during or after a divorce (or both). In Arizona, alimony is called "spousal maintenance." When spouses separate, one person may be unable to pay for regular living expenses, in which case a judge may require the higher earner-whether that is the husband or the wife-to assist the lower earner financially for at least some period of time.
Business valuations and appraisals in an Arizona divorce case are necessary when one or both spouses have an ownership interest in a business. Business issues only arise in a small percentage of divorce cases due to the relatively limited number of business owners compared to the significantly larger number of employed individuals. That makes it important to work with a divorce attorney who has a lot of experience in dealing with how a business is divided and complex divorce. The court may not only divide the value of the business based upon its value but may also divide business profits earning while the divorce is pending.
You are ready to divide your marital assets, but something seems off. Maybe your bank account has fewer funds than you expected or you cannot find the paperwork documenting some of your investments. Are you becoming forgetful from all of the stress involved with a divorce? Unfortunately, it might be more likely that your ex-spouse is hiding marital property.