How a Lawyer Can Help Your Interstate Custody Case

Child custody cases are complicated and not many people know exactly what to do when problems and disagreements arise. Things can get even more difficult to navigate during interstate custody cases where there may be confusion about which laws are being upheld. While interstate custody cases aren’t rare, they are still complicated as are most […]

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Why Choose A Family Law Attorney From The Start?

In a family law case it may be tempting to attempt to work things out between parents without the use of attorneys. There is certainly precedent for such a parental agreement to exist; however, it is far more common that this method will lead to upheaval and an eventual court battle despite strong efforts. The […]

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Why Do You Need a Lawyer for a Military Divorce?

Divorces involving a military family are often more complex than those involving civilians. There are unique issues that sometimes need to be addressed and having an attorney who has experience in handling them is preferable. To better understand why hiring an attorney at Fruchtman Law Firm is necessary, here are a couple of questions that […]

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Divorce Do’s and Don’ts

Divorce is a devastating life change that often involves more than the two immediate parties involved. While it is true that the estranged spouses go through turmoil as they determine how to rebuild without their former lovers, other family members in the circle also face challenges during the process of marriage dissolution. The changes of […]

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Legal Dependency Issues? Why You Need a Lawyer to Help

In a family law context, dependency issues refer to situations in which a child is considered unsafe with biological parents because the parent is abusing or neglecting the child or has an issue such as addiction that interferes with the ability to care for the child. While courts usually take the position that a child […]

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Am I Eligible for Alimony?

Alimony is also known as spousal support or maintenance. This support is usually temporary. It is usually only awarded when the former spouse cannot make ends meet after the divorce. People may use spousal support to brush up on their education and get back into the job market. They may also use this money to […]

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What If My Ex-Spouse Wants to Relocate Custody?

It is not uncommon after a divorce for a parent to break the news that he or she is moving to a new town, city, or state. For many, it comes as a shock, and anxieties begin to grow over the stability and longevity of a parent-child relationship. A parent may ask him or herself, “How […]

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3 Steps in a Step-Parent Adoption

Step-parent adoption is the most common form of adoption in Arizona. In most cases, these adoptions happen after one parent remarries and brings children with them to form a larger, new family. As the family bond grows, many step-parents feel the drive to make the bond official by adopting their new stepchildren. Step-parent adoptions can […]

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Legal Separation: What is the Process?

The parties of a marriage in Arizona might have a variety of legal reasons why they want to remain legally married but become legally separated. In the context of the procedures involved in a legal separation, they are much like those in a divorce, but the parties must agree to legal separation. In a divorce, […]

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Paternity Issues? What to do Next

It is important that a child has a supportive environment during their development to ensure they grow to be both physically and emotionally healthy. Unfortunately, many families experience paternity issues that affect family relationships and, if left unresolved or ignored, can negatively affect the children and parents involved. Are you experiencing paternity issues and unsure […]

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