Tucson Family Law Attorney
Divorce (aka Dissolution of Marriage)
Reagen Kulseth provides family law representation as a marital dissolution attorney, as well as a child custody and child support lawyer. The consequences of a divorce or separation can be complicated and emotional for the entire family, especially the children involved. The Law Office of Reagen Kulseth will guide you through the child custody laws and assist you in finding the most appropriate child custody option for your family. It is our goal to make the process as smooth as possible.
- The Divorce Process
- Enforcement of Your Decree of Dissolution
- Children and Divorce
- Medical Insurance and Divorce
- Considerations if You Own Real Estate
- Sale of Jointly-Owned Property
- Social Security Benefits
- Retirement Plans
- Military Retirement
- Frequently Asked Questions
Following a divorce you will need to decide what type of custody will best suit your children. It is our goal to familiarize you with the child custody laws and guide you through each step of your custody case. Reagen Kulseth will present you with your options and fight for the custody that you deserve. We will also assist you in creating a visitation schedule for the custodial parents. If you are in need of an amendment to your current schedule, The Law Office of Reagen Kulseth will represent you as your visitation rights modification attorney. Whether you are in need of a child support lawyer for a new support case, or if you haven’t received your child support in the past and need to take the case to court, we will fight for the support your children deserve and need. At Reagen Kulseth, we understand that your children are your most prized possession. We will work hard to move the case as quickly as possible with a positive outcome.
- Legal Custody
- Physical Custody
- How Does a Court Decide Child Custody?
- Custody and Visitation Evaluations
- Modification of a Custody Order
- How Old Does a Child Have to Be Before (S)he Decides Who (S)he Lives With?
- Domestic Violence and Child Custody
- Can a Parent Who Committed Violence Get Visitation?
- Statewide Domestic Violence Services
- Drug Use by One or Both Parents
- Parenting Time
- Parenting Plan
- Determining a Parent’s Gross Monthly Income
- Adjusted Gross Income
- Parenting Time and Child Support
- Child Support and Shared Physical Custody
- Child Support and Divided Custody
- Child Support and Gifts
- Exchange of Financial Information
- Emancipation of One Child
- Social Security Benefits and Child Support
- State and Federal Tax Exemptions
- How to Calculate Child Support
- How to Pay Child Support (Support Payment Clearinghouse)
- Duration of Child Support
- Modification of Child Support
- The Threshold Test for Spousal Maintenance
- Maintaining Your Standard of Living
- Rehabilitative versus Indefinite Spousal Maintenance
- Imputing Income to the Payor Spouse
- A Birth Certificate Does Not Establish Paternity
- It Is Important to Legally Establish Paternity
- Presumption of Paternity
- What if the Identity of the Father Is Uncertain?
- How Is Paternity Legally Established?
- Who Can File a Paternity Complaint?
- If a Father Relinquishes His Parental Rights Does He Still Owe Child Support?
- What Is an Order of Protection?
- Who Can Get an Order of Protection?
- How Can an Order of Protection Help?
- How Much Does an Order of Protection Cost?
- What Happens after You Get an Order of Protection?
- What Happens if the Abuser Violates the Order?
- Tips for Preparing to File for Divorce
Tucson Family & Child Custody Laws
The child custody and divorce laws vary in each state, which is why it is vital to your case to hire an experienced family law firm that is familiar with the Tucson family laws and court system. If you are in need of child custody, support or paternity lawyer, contact Reagen Kulseth for your free initial consultation today at 520.829.3917 or email us to speak with a family law lawyer in Tucson.