Through any challenges your family may face, the family law attorneys at The Hogle Firm are devoted to ensuring we provide a caring environment. We understand that when you choose us, you are trusting us to take care of your family. That is a task we take very seriously and will do whatever it takes to get the best results. With a full spectrum of family law services, we are prepared to serve the legal needs of your family, regardless of your situation. Our dedication to serving our clients is what sets us apart. At The Hogle Firm, you can have peace of mind knowing that Arizona’s best family lawyers are on the job.
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Going through a divorce is often one of the most difficult experiences in a person’s life. Not only does divorce generally mean the end of your primary relationship, it can also cause an upheaval in almost every other aspect of your life. In Arizona, divorce is legally referred to as “dissolution of marriage,” and people who wish to file for divorce in the state must have. . . Read More
Just like every marriage is different, so is every divorce case. Some couples are able to cooperate and settle issues such as child custody or property division in a relatively easy manner, while other refuse to agree and take the case to a costly divorce trial. If you and your spouse are struggling to agree on certain issues but want to avoid the time, energy, and expense of trial, one option you should consider is mediation. . . Read More
As you might imagine, child custody can easily be one of the most heated issues in any divorce; particularly when both souses cannot come to an agreement. Typically, the rights of both parents are equal. This means that when two parents separate, they each have equal custody rights to a child. When courts determine where a child should live, they attempt to. . . Read More
When two parents do not live together or get divorced, one of the major issues that must be settled is whether one parent will pay child support to the other parent. Both parents have the duty to financially support their children whether the children live with them or not. Because there is often a financial disparity between the parents, one parent is generally required. . . Read More
Child Support Modification
When a court issues a child support order, the amount of the support payments should be fair and affordable for the paying parent based on their income and several other factors. However, we all know that circumstances can change and your financial situation can change substantially over time. Often, a once-fair child support may no longer be appropriate for several reasons. . . Read More
Spousal support–also known as alimony or maintenance–is financial support paid from one spouse to another following a separation or divorce. Not every divorce involves a spousal support order, yet when one spouse requests support, it can bring contention into the divorce process. When two people get married, it is often natural to combine finances. A lower-earning spouse may rely on their higher-earning spouse’s salary to maintain their lifestyle or even to simply pay for basic expenses. This is often the case when. . . Read More
Spousal Support Modification
In many marriages, one spouse earns significantly more money than the other spouse. Sometimes, this is a function of the spouses assuming different roles in the marriage. For example, in some cases, one spouse pursues a career while the other manages the household. In others, one of the spouses decided to support the other spouse while he or she received a degree that would significantly increase his or her earning potential. Whatever the case, when spouses with a significant disparity in their earning or potential to earn get a divorce, courts often. . . Read More