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Family Law

Divorce – In Arizona a Divorce is called a Dissolution.  Arizona is also a “No Fault State” which means that you do not need make allegations of fault to be entitled to a Dissolution.  In Arizona, a party only needs to allege that the marriage is “irretrievably broken without any prospect of Reconciliation” … learn more

Custody – At Overstreet Law Office we zealously represent clients in all custody matters.  This includes cases where the parties have been married; not been married (Paternity) or even when there is a plan already in place which needs modified to reflect current circumstance … learn more

Visitation / Access – At Overstreet Law Office we help clients put together the necessary facts to help determine what would be the best Parenting Time/Access schedule for their children.  Each case is different and the circumstances of that particular case will determine what will be the access schedule … learn more

Child Support – Child Support is usually ordered in all Dissolution, Paternity and Custody cases involving children. There is a child support formula (worksheet) in Arizona which requires a number of fields be completed for the formula to produce a child support figure/calculation … learn more

Paternity – Paternity is case were there is a child born to parties who are not married.  The purpose of a Paternity case is to legal establish who is the father.  In a marriage, when a child is born, the husband is presumed to be the father.  Since there is no husband designation without marriage, in a Paternity proceeding there is not that presumption … learn more

Grandparents Rights – In Arizona, Grandparents do have rights. The court must first make a finding that Grandparent Visitation is in the best interest of the child and at least one of the following is true to grant access rights: … learn more

Adoption – Adopting a child is one of the most rewarding experiences in the world.  Adopting a child can also be one of the most complicated matters in the world.  If you are seeking to adopt a child, please contact an experienced attorney in your area to assist in the process … learn more


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