An Experienced Family Attorney Will Make a Positive Difference.
At Atchley & Delgado, LLP, we help families in Arizona with our experience and knowledge. We understand that divorce law matters are difficult, so we take the time to talk and meet with each of our clients to answer questions and resolve concerns. When you work with us, you get responsive, compassionate representation from attorneys and staff who know when to fight and when to negotiate.
We thoroughly prepare each client as his or her case progresses through the legal system. Whether a case requires negotiations, a hearing, or a trial, we make sure our clients understand each step of the process and what their options are throughout representation. We have been helping people with divorce, spousal maintenance and child support for many years. You can rely on our knowledge and experience during your divorce or custody case.
Whether you are seeking or contesting support orders, we can help you with initial orders, modifications, and enforcement/contempt. For an initial consultation with a Mesa spousal support lawyer, please call us at 480-300-5354 or connect with us online.
Areas of Practice
We represent people in all types of divorce actions, including high-conflict divorce. As trial lawyers, we can pursue your interests in court, if necessary. We will listen and discuss how you want to approach issues such as property division and spousal maintenance (also known as alimony in some states). It is extremely important to help children through divorce and other family law matters.
We can help you and your family with child custody and related issues, such as enforcement and modification of child support, custody and parenting time. In addition, we represent people in cases involving paternity, grandparents’ and non-parents’ rights (known as in loco parentis rights) and relocation. We represent people needing Orders of Protection (also known as restraining orders). We also prepare prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
We also help with the following:
- Child support
- Grandparents Right
- Legal Separation
- Modification Orders
- Enforcement of Orders
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Postnuptial Agreements
- Domestic Violence
- Protective Order
- Relocation With Children
- Child Visitation Order
- Personal Injury
- Divorce Mediation
- Property and Debt Division
Things we take into consideration given your current, specific situation:
- The income and earning capabilities and history of each party
- The needs of each party
- The standard to which both spouses have become accustomed to living during the marriage
- The Arizona Child Support Guidelines were recently updated by the Arizona Supreme Court.
- The current statutory formula for calculating child support is based on the following
- The income and earning capabilities of each party
- The custody and parenting time agreement/order
- Whether spousal maintenance is awarded
- Expenses such as medical insurance and child care
- The ages of the children
- Other special circumstances: Marital fault is not considered in the determination of spousal maintenance or child support.
We can help you interpret the laws as they apply to your case. Please call our office at 480-300-5354 to schedule an appointment.