October Arizona Family Law Newsletter – Halloween Fun!

Categories: Arizona Divorce

Just in time for Halloween, click here to read the Arizona Law Group’s October Family Law Newsletter. Here is some of what you will find inside this month’s pages.

One Man’s Family Goes Camping AZ Style

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Our newsletter starts off with Don’t Lose Sight of the Forest Through the Trees. Scott’s humorous reflections on his family’s recent Labor Day vacation are a happy reminder of why taking the kids camping is so much fun. Unpredictable? Yes. Smooth sailing? Not always. Worth the fuss and preparation? Absolutely!

Attorney Carrie Cravatta Is in Our Spotlight

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If you haven’t met Carrie Cravatta yet, then this is your chance to get to know a little more about this truly great person. Carrie is an Associate Attorney with the Stewart Law Group. She has her office in the firm’s Chandler location.

Domestic Support Obligations in Bankruptcy Law

What Happens to Support in Bankruptcy? explains how spousal support, alimony, and child support orders are handled should the obligor file for bankruptcy in Arizona or elsewhere. Getting relief from debt is the reason why a parent or spouse seeks protection from creditors under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Read how bankruptcy courts handle domestic support orders when there isn’t enough money to pay all creditors.

‘It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown’

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Pick up a little pumpkin trivia and get ready for the big day with Halloween for All Kids at Heart. Our SLG unofficial poll leads us to believe you’ll be seeing a lot of two particular characters this year. Who will be knocking at your door on October 31?

Cyber Security in Divorce and Child Custody

Any spouse who is planning for divorce or who has a child custody case pending really needs to think about what can be done to protect privacy. Cyber Security Is a Shared Responsibility raises many online security issues associated with family court proceedings. There are things that can help spouses and parents close vulnerabilities and safeguard private information. Learn what to say to children about cyber security, too.

Before you go, we have a Special FREE Book Offer in this month’s newsletter. Be sure to call or email us soon to request any one of our three most popular books. Each book is packed with tips, explanations, and important details about Arizona family law and court proceedings.

Happy Halloween Everyone!