When you need a family law attorney you can trust, the attorneys at Karina Ordonez Law Office, PLLC can help guide you through an emotional and difficult time. Dealing with matters that involve divorce, your family, or your children can be one of the most stressful times of your life. That’s why it’s important to choose an attorney who is honest, diligent, and compassionate. Our attorneys will assist you every step of the way and will provide representation that focuses on the best interests of you and your family. Contact us today to set up an initial consultation with our family law attorney at 480-999-0094.

Divorce: A divorce can be emotionally devastating and require extensive planning, including the division of property and assets. In Arizona, the court will consider what is equitable when determining how assets and marital property should be divided. A divorce may also include consideration of spousal maintenance, which is a payment that is made by one spouse to their former spouse for a period of time, if there is a significant difference of income between the spouses. While divorce can be complex and emotionally charged, it does not have to be contentious. Our firm believes in helping parties reach an amicable resolution, when possible, while protecting your rights.

Child Custody: For parents, there is nothing that is more important than the safety and welfare of our children. Arizona courts will consider what is in the best interests of the child/children when making custody determinations, and will rely on many factors when considering what is best for the child. Parents may also come to an agreement regarding a parenting time schedule that meets the needs of their children. Whether you are getting divorced and determining child custody, you are determining child custody absent a divorce, or you are attempting to modify child custody or support, our firm can guide you through the process.

Prenuptial Agreements: Arizona is considered a community property state. That means most property that is acquired during the marriage belongs to both spouses equally. A prenuptial agreement can give couples peace of mind and can dictate how assets are divided if the marriage does end. Call us for a free consultation to discuss whether a prenuptial agreement is right for you.

Grandparents Rights: If you are a grandparent that has been denied access to your grandchild, it can be a heartbreaking experience. That is why it is important to understand your rights. Under Arizona law, grandparents may have the right to obtain visitation with their grandchildren under certain circumstances. You are not alone. Call us today to discuss your situation at (480) 999-0094.

  • Divorce/Separation

  • Child Support

  • Child Custody

  • Spousal Maintenance (Alimony)

  • Prenuptial Agreements

  • Postnuptial Agreements

  • Grandparents Rights