Mesa Family Law Attorneys
Helping Families Navigate Divorce Since 1997
At Liszewski Law Group, PLLC we have over
20 years of combined experience handling a variety of complicated family law concerns. When you work with
our team, we will take the time to get to know you and your situation.
This allows us to determine the best course of legal action to take and
helps us better accommodate your needs throughout your case.
Personalized Service for a Variety of Family Matters
No matter what type of family law or divorce issue you are facing, contact
Liszewski Law Group, PLLC as soon as possible! When you work with us,
you will work one-on-one with a member of our legal team. Take confidence
that our Mesa divorce attorneys are prepared to protect your rights in
the most complex situations.
Here are just a few of the common cases we handle:
How Much Will My Case Cost?
To petition the court for divorce, legal separation, or annulment, the
court costs will amount to about $300. To see a list of each petition
and its corresponding fee, visit the
family court fees for the Superior Court of Maricopa County.
Do I Have to Go to Court for Divorce?
Because divorce must be filed in court, the person who petitions for divorce
must spend at least some time in a courthouse. After papers are served,
however, you can minimize your time in court dramatically by pursuing
uncontested divorce, mediation, or
These options allow a couple to resolve key issues related to their dissolution
– including alimony and custody – without resorting to litigation.
Because it is sometimes advisable to settle your differences in court,
you should always consult with a Mesa family lawyer before deciding on
an approach or attempting to negotiate the terms of your divorce.
Important Family Law Terms That You Need To Know
Family law can, at times, be quite complex. To help you better prepare
for your case, our attorneys have included a list of some of the most
important family law terms. Contact our firm today for any additional
questions related to your situation.
Action – Any dispute that needs to be settled in court
Alternative Dispute Resolution – A method of solving a family law dispute outside of court, such
Appeal – Requesting that a higher court change the decision that was made
by a lower court
Burden of proof – The evidence that a person must provide to show that they are correct
Child support – Money that one parent must pay to the other parent for their child's expenses
Contempt – Disobedience of a family court order
Decree – Final decision
Dissolution of marriage – Divorce, legal ending of marriage
Garnishment – Wages that are withheld from a debtor and applied to a debt for
child support or spousal support
Guardian Ad Litem – A person who is appointed by court to make recommendations about
what they think is best for minor children
Hearing – A scheduled meeting at court for both parties to present evidence
Mediation – Alternative dispute resolution method in which both spouses use
a third party to help them settle.
Spousal Maintenance – Money for one spouse that is paid by the other spouse (also known
as alimony & spousal support)
Work with Liszewski Law Group, PLLC today!
At our firm, we stand ready to provide you with personalized, dedicated
counsel for your case. To learn more about your options for filing for
divorce in Arizona,
contact a divorce lawyer from our team today orcomplete our online
case evaluation form to get started.