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Domestic Violence Resources

Articles, Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Resources in Arizona In 2013, the Phoenix Police Department reported receiving 50,000 domestic violence calls. However, an estimated additional 40,000 incidents of domestic violence go unreported each year. Nationally, our state ranks fourth for the rate of female domestic violence homicides. Source: Sojourner Center.org which also assists victims of domestic violence in Arizona. […]

Stalking

Articles, Domestic Violence

Learn to recognize cyberstalking, cyberharassment, cyberspying, and cyberbullying early on. “Cyber” refers to the use of computers to stalk, harass, or spy on someone. When the internet, or some electronic means, is used to stalk or harass a person, then it is known as cyberstalking. Cyberharrassment involves using email, instant messaging, blogs, and the like, […]

Order of Protection

Articles, Domestic Violence

Family law cases, especially divorce and child custody cases, can be extremely emotional. Consequently, they often create a very turbulent time for the parties and their children. Everyone’s reactions to the distress of divorce differ, but most people experience some feelings of anger, frustration, anxiety, sadness, grief, and mild depression. Sometimes it may take great […]

Can You Spy on your Spouse in a Divorce?

Arizona Divorce, Articles

Certain forms of electronic eavesdropping are prohibited by the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) and the Stored Wire and Electronic Communications Act, together known as the ECPA of 1986. The ECPA updated and clarified the Federal Wiretap Act of 1968, which was the original wiretapping ban enacted to protect a person’s privacy when using telephone […]