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Criminal Cases

How will my criminal case affect my family case?
It can affect both your parental rights as well as the distribution of property. It is recommended you speak with an attorney at our law office who has experience with family and criminal cases if your criminal case could affect your family case.

How will my criminal convictions affect my family case?
It depends on what you were convicted for. It is wise to speak with an attorney at our law office who has experience with family and criminal cases if your criminal case could affect your family case.

If I am in jail, will the court allow me to see my children?
Often it is allowed, but in Arizona the court assesses if the visitation is in the children's best interest.

Why are restraining orders given in criminal & family court?
They both are meant to stop one party from harassing a person.

Can I see my kids, if I am convicted of Domestic Violence?
It depends on the facts of your case. It is recommended you speak with an attorney who has experience with family and criminal cases if you have been convicted of domestic violence.

Who can be convicted of Domestic Violence in this state?
All adults can be convicted of domestic violence.