Divorce and Legal Separation

It is vital to have an attorney who can relate to your unique family law situation. Separation or divorce is not easy, especially when the matter involves children or questions about who will be awarded certain community property and who will be responsible for paying community debts. Attorney Merle Stolar is dedicated to her clients, prepares each case thoroughly, and helps each client understand all of the legal aspects of their particular family law situation. She will identify the strengths and weaknesses of your case, so that you are able to make informed decisions about each issue as your case progresses through the legal system.

Contact attorney Merle Stolar online to schedule a consultation with her in Tucson, or call her directly at (520) 628-7777, Extension 163. She will return your phone call promptly.

How Long Will It Take to Get Divorced? How Expensive Will It Be?

You may have concerns about how long the divorce process will take or how expensive it will be. Attorney Merle Stolar will explain anticipated timelines, legal fees, and expenses. Attorney Stolar prefers to settle divorce cases amicably, i.e., without a court trial, but is thoroughly prepared to litigate when necessary to protect your rights.

Ms Stolar's law firm also handles several other key aspects of divorce, including:

  • Military Divorce — Service Members and their families involved in a divorce have unique needs and goals.
  • Uncontested Divorce — This is a streamlined divorce process in which the parties have no remaining disagreements or one party fails to respond to the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage to contest any aspect of the divorce. Legal representation is still recommended to ensure all issues are addressed.
  • Division of Property and Debts — Arizona is a community property state. Assets and debts will be divided according to Arizona community property laws. Merle Stolar will advocate for an equitable resolution of your community property and debt issues.

For more information about our Tucson, Arizona, divorce law firm, please call us at (520) 628-7777, Extension 163.

Legal Separation: What is the Difference Between Legal Separation and Divorce?

Whether for religious reasons or if you are not sure whether or not to file for a divorce, Arizona law provides the option to file for a legal separation. With a legal separation, you remain married, but your property and debt issues will be determined. For more information about legal separation, please call us at (520) 628-7777, Extension 163.