Deciding on Divorce: Your Next Step

Divorce may be the most volatile process you will ever go through. Even when spouses are in agreement that the marriage should end, it is an emotional process as both parties cope with the death of the relationship. When a divorce is imminent, one of the first questions you should ask is whether you need […]

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Spousal Maintenance: What Does That Include, and Do You Need an Attorney?

Spousal support might be ordered by a judge during divorce proceedings or upon granting a judgment for dissolution of marriage in Arizona. One person to a marriage might earn substantially more than the other. The lower earner might need financial support for a period of time in order to meet his or her reasonable needs. […]

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How An Attorney Can Help Through Your Step-Parent Adoption Case

As a step-parent, you want to give your step-child the best in life and offer them the utmost care. In many instances, the step-parent needs to have certain rights in order to give their step-child the best care. Adoption by a step-parent is the most common type of adoption as it helps to solidify the […]

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Terminating Parental Rights? Have an Attorney Help

You want what is best for your child. You may have agreed to share custody with your former spouse; but, you are still obligated to protect your son or daughter from all danger—even from that which comes from the other parent. Seeking to terminate parental rights is a significant action to take. However, it may […]

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Custody Relocation: How it Works and Why You Need an Attorney

Child custody relocation is a situation in which the custodial parent moves out-of-state or more than 100 miles within the state. The act is legally defined, and the custodial parent must get the court’s permission before carrying out such a plan. If you are the non-custodial parent, such a move can have a significant impact […]

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In Loco Parents: What Are Your Rights?

Regardless of your relationship with your children’s other parent, you have rights as a mom or dad that cannot be violated under the law. You can gain access to your children and exercise your rights as a parent by hiring the Fruchtman Law Firm to represent you in your custodial or child support case today. […]

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3 Tips to Help Your Children Through Divorce

When you have decided to divorce your spouse, you are doing more than just ending your marriage. You also are disrupting and changing the structure and function of your family. You can help your children cope with divorce by using these tips and retain the Fruchtman Law Firm to assist you during your case. Establish […]

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Minor Guardianship: What You Need to Know

When an adult is appointed to be the guardian of a minor child, that adult is given full care, custody and control of the child. Guardianship must operate in the best interests of the child. An appointment of guardianship might be for a temporary and fixed period of time, or it might continue until such […]

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Are We Eligible for an Annulment?

If you’re contemplating an annulment of your marriage in Arizona, Title 25 Chapter 3 Article 1 of the Arizona Code allows for it. The statute states that “The Superior Courts may dissolve a marriage, and may adjudge a marriage to be null and void when the cause alleged constitutes an impediment rendering the marriage void.” […]

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Spousal Maintenance: How We Can Help

Alimony, otherwise known as spousal maintenance in Arizona, is based upon principles of equity (what is fair in the particular situation). In order to simplify and curtail the prolix factors the court must consider, it is recommended that you obtain specialized legal counsel from Attorney Hope Fruchtman. She strives to be the best family law […]

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