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Separation

Phoenix Law Firm Handling Separation Issues

If you are experiencing intense marital problems but are not ready to file for a divorce, you may prefer to seek a legal separation – discuss the issues with Ronald Saper PC. The Arizona separation process is best approached with the help of a Phoenix divorce attorney. We handle separation issues in Metro Phoenix along with the surrounding cities. We also have experience in handling international family law matters.

Arizona Rules for Legal Separation

An Arizona separation is different than other states. The first step you should take is to explore the legal ramifications of separating prior to making any major decisions. The separation process is best-approached with the help of a divorce attorney. How your divorce may proceed is governed by whether there is fault, whether you have children, and whether you have a separation or property settlement agreement in place.  Hiring an experienced Phoenix divorce attorney as experienced as Ronald Saper is a key step in helping you structure the separation in a way that protects you.

There are many factors involved with an Arizona separation of a married couple. In order to get a complete understanding of what is involved with a separation in Arizona, contact the law offices of Ronald Saper for a free initial consultation.

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