WHY PAY A LAWYER?™ for Family Domestic

Family domestic legal topics includes divorce, paternity, child custody & child support.

WHY PAY A LAWYER?™ family domestic services include …

  • Right documents in the correct format
  • Notarization
  • Photocopies
  • Fee deferral/waiver application
  • Court cover sheets
  • Filing counter delivery (we stand in line for you) (Court fees separate)
  • Public records research & copies (we stand in line for you)
  • Process service acceptance, or …
  • Help finding & guiding a process server (process server fees separate)

… and more!

Child Custody

Establishment $495

Modification $400

Child Support

Establishment $495

Modification or Termination $300

Divorce

No children, no property or debt $395

Children OR property/debt $495

Children AND property/debt $595

Response $350

Paternity $495

Qualified Domestic Relations Order QDRO $495

Prenuptial Agreement $350

Termination of Parental Rights $395

Court fees separate. Ask about fee deferral/waiver, included for qualified, if applicable. Click here for Arizona Superior Court family filing fees. Process server fees separate.  Prices subject to change.  Terms & conditions may apply. Ask for details.

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Frequently Answered Questions (FAQ) about Family Domestic

Why should I establish paternity?

You want a court order that declares paternity & child custody, parenting time and support.

What are some of the conditions to establish paternity?

The minor child(ren) must have resided (lived) in Arizona at least 6 months before you file the petition.

What is a prenuptial agreement?

This is a contract entered either before or after marriage. The content of the agreement can vary widely, but commonly includes provision for division of property & spousal maintenance in the event of divorce or breakup of marriage.

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WHY PAY A LAWYER?™ for Family & Domestic
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