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Hogle Divorce and Family Law

Arizona Divorce Lawyers You Can Count On

With a history of integrity and success, our family and divorce lawyers are here to fight for your family and make sure that you get the support you need during what can be a stressful time.

Here for Your your Family

Highest-Rated Divorce Lawyers and Family Law Attorneys.

When it comes to family, dealing with legal challenges can feel like a huge roadblock. At Hogle Family Law, we're here to help you get through it. As a client, we will give you all the support you need to navigate your challenges and help you get back to focusing on what is most important.

Our Services

Every Step Along the Way, a Divorce Lawyer Will be There For You.

The first step to begin a divorce is to set the terms and file the paperwork. Figuring out how best to determine child custody, division of property, and both spousal and child supports can be quite overwhelming; particularly if your spouse does not agree to the terms. Getting a divorce is tough, regardless of the situation. That's why we believe in taking a proactive approach with our divorce service to ensure you feel supported throughout the process.

Serving the Entire State of Arizona

When you need a divorce lawyer and family law attorney to represent your family, don't settle for less than the best.

Family Law

We're here to support your family, whatever challenges may arise.

Property Law

From determining the value to dividing assets, we'll help you navigate the process.


Helping you work out all the details, so you can make a clean break and move on.

Child Support

When it comes to your child's welfare, we will help ensure they get everything they need.

Child Custody

You only want the best for matters of child custody. Don't leave it up to chance.

Spousal Support

Taking your case to court and getting the right value is essential to ensure you can maintain your livelihood.


Not all family law issues need to be resolved in court. In fact, the vast majority of family law matters are resolved outside of the courtroom. In many situations, mediation can be the best way to solve a problem in order to get both sides to agree and ultimately, avoid going to court. We will look at your case and help you determine the best way to move forward. Often courts are used in family law simply to finalize an agreement such as a divorce.

When you and your spouse agree to a divorce, hiring an attorney may seem unnecessary. However, it is still advisable to seek representation for an uncontested divorce. When you opt to move forward without a lawyer, aside from navigating a complicated legal matter on your own, you could also be giving up certain rights or end up with an unfavorable outcome. Likewise, divorces in Arizona are often unpredictable and what you thought could be worked out on your own with your spouse can turn out to be a much more complex issue. By retaining an attorney, you can ensure that you understand your legal right during your divorce and that you are prepared to aggressively defend them.

During a divorce, child custody is typically determined by an agreement between both parents. When there is disagreement on child custody matters, mediation can be used to help parents to avoid going to court. When child custody matters are brought to court, the court rules in whatever they deem to be the best interest of the child.

When a financial situation has changed and that change is significant and long-term, it may warrant a change to the spousal support or child support order. Such circumstances may include job loss, disability, or illness. A modification can also be made when the recieving spouse remarries and increases the household income. Learn more about either spousal support modification or child support modification.

In Arizona when a parent does not pay child support, it can have a huge impact on the child's quality of life. A parent can report non-payment to the Department of Child Support Services (DCSS), which has several different ways of pursuing unpaid support. If can also be reported to the court whom can find the non-paying parent in contempt and impose fines or even jail time.

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