What Should I Do if My Spouse is Spying on Me? You may trust your spouse – but does your spouse trust you? You may have something to hide or you may have nothing to hide, but either way knowing that you’re being spied on feels like a terrible invasion of your privacy. You need […]More
Divorcing from an Abusive Spouse Behind closed doors, or hidden beneath a blanket of silence, domestic violence bruises the lives of an estimated four million people every year–the overwhelming majority of them women–and impacts expanding circles of millions more: children, relatives, friends, employers. Studies show that violence occurs at least once in two-thirds of all […]More
10 Factors Used To Determine If A Parent Is Unfit For Custody In 2021 A child always stands to benefit more by spending time with both parents after a divorce; this is why joint custody rulings are the most prevalent in family courts. Family courts place the child’s best interest as the most crucial consideration […]More
Divorce For Men: Why Do Women Get Child Custody More Often? Divorce cases have constantly been on the rise among American families over the past few decades. The termination of a marriage by itself is just one among many other pertinent considerations couples have to face along the divorce process. Others are property division, child […]More
Can A Father Take A Child Away From The Mother? A child’s custody determination depends on three factors; whether the parents are married, divorced, or not married and were never married. For married couples, laws on child custody Arizona state that parents have joint custody over their child(ren) unless or until a family court awards […]More
Can Text Messages Be Used in Court? Text messages are increasingly being used as evidence in family courts in child custody, divorce, and other legal issues. Due to the growing use of messaging as a main mode of communication, it has become acceptable in these courts under specific circumstances. This implies that you should always […]More
Everything Parents Should Consider Before Divorcing in Arizona As a parent, ending your marriage can be challenging, especially when kids are involved. While divorces almost have the same reasons worldwide, different states have different laws and considerations. However, when you’ve entirely decided to end your marriage, a qualified divorce lawyer, family law attorney will help […]More
What Are the Effects of Pregnancy on Your Divorce? While filing for divorce can be your only option, especially in an abusive marriage, factors affecting the process like pregnancy are worth considering. Pregnancy affects divorce in many ways, such as waiting until the baby is born, establishing waiting periods, and settling paternity. However, to successfully […]More
Parenting in Times of The Pandemic If you are stuck midway in your divorce case due to the COVID-19 pandemic, like in an informal arrangement or seeking reformed custody for your kids, your divorce lawyer in Mesa could assist you in co-parenting through this period. This would be the perfect time for parents to leave […]More
Child Support After Divorce Child support should continue even after a divorce. Child support is a fundamental aspect of the well-being of the child. It is merely not a practice of just giving economic assistance. It also involves parents meeting the ethical obligations and moral support for their child. Both parents should complete a child’s […]More
Jensen Family Law in Mesa is located on 3740 E Southern Ave Suite 210, 85206 Mesa, Arizona. From Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), Take S 41st St to E Sky Harbor Blvd, then head west on E Sky Harbor Blvd and Use the left lane to take the exit toward S 41st St. Then Turn right onto S 41st St. After that, Continue straight to stay on S 41st St, then Take AZ-202 Loop E, AZ-101 Loop S and US-60 E to S Val Vista Dr in Mesa. Take exit 184 from US-60 E after that Merge onto E Sky Harbor Blvd, then Use the left 2 lanes to merge onto AZ-202 Loop E toward Tempe/Mesa and Use the right 3 lanes to take exit 9 to merge onto AZ-101 Loop S. After that, Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 55A-B to merge onto US-60 E toward Globe, then Take exit 184 for Val Vista Dr. Then Continue on S Val Vista Dr to your destination and Turn left onto S Val Vista Dr. Turn right onto E Southern Ave, then turn left and Destination will be on the right.
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