Dividing property during a divorce may be among the most stressful and contentious undertakings, second perhaps only to child custody matters. Often, spouses find themselves grappling over sentimental items as well as those with the most value. Arizona's community property laws stipulate an equitable distribution of marital property, which does not always mean an even split.
Deciding to walk away from your marriage is never easy and children in particular tend to take it especially hard. As a parent you want to make the divorce as easy on your child as you can. But how?
Throughout history, leaders have often discovered—often tragically—that the opposite of negotiation is war. It’s been said that when there’s no negotiation, when there’s no talking and when there’s no agreement, then there’s war. When it comes to your children, we all want what’s best for them. War is not what you want.