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divorceDivorce

With compassion, understanding, and sensitivity, we can help you along this very difficult process. Whether you face a contested, or uncontested divorce, the experienced attorneys at The law offices of Laura Gillis will be strong advocates on your behalf, while protecting your interests. Read More…

 

 

 

 

child-custodyChild Custody

In Arizona, the primary consideration of the court in determining custody matters is the best interests of the child. At The law offices of Laura Gillis, we understand how important your children are to you. We are ready to aggressively represent you in child custody matters. Read More…

 

 

 

 

visitationVisitation

Parents who are denied custody of their children are often entitled to generous visitation rights, unless visitation with the non-custodial parent does not serve the child’s best interests. The child’s welfare is the court’s primary concern with custody and visitation matters. Parents may be denied visitation rights for the following reasons:

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alimonyAlimony

In Arizona, the determination to award alimony is based largely on the specific facts and evidence presented to the court in each divorce case. Therefore, when alimony is an issue, it is important for a party to be represented by experienced and knowledgeable legal counsel.

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prenuptialPrenuptial Agreements

The law offices of Laura Gillis can assist you with protecting your legal rights if you are contemplating a prenuptial agreement. We can also assist you if you are a party to a prenuptial agreement and you are now contemplating or facing a divorce action. Read More…

 

 

 

 

locoIn Loco Parentis

The term In Loco Parentis refers to situation where a party who is not a legal parent of a child but who has stood like a parent to a child(ren) may apply to the Court for custody or visitation rights. To determine a custody right for a non-parent the Court must find that there has been a meaningful parental relationship. Read More…

 

 

 

 

thitd-partyThird Party Visitation

Arizona law provides grandparents with certain visitation rights. Under A.R.S. § 25-409, the court may grant visitation rights to a grandparent if the visitation would be in the child’s best interest and any of the following are true: Read More…

 

The experienced family law attorneys at The Law Office of Laura Gillis can help navigate through issues of legal decision-making. Call today for a consultation: (602) 277-4736.