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Family Law Research Guide

Jean Mattimoe, Law Library Fellow

The central component of family law, also known as domestic relations, is dissolution of marriage, i.e. divorce. While family law can include adoption, juvenile law, guardianships and conservatorships, etc., this web site deals mainly with those areas of family law that relate to divorce.

Family law is a body of law that changes frequently. Family law varies from state to state and county to county. Please be advised this web site is not intended to replace the advice and counsel of an attorney. Because of the geographical differences that are reflected in family law and the frequency with which the laws change, you should seek legal counsel before initiating any family law proceedings.

Marriage

Divorce and related issues in Arizona

Other family law issues

 

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