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Michael Strahan and ex-spouse involved in child support dispute

In today's world, it often takes two incomes for families to make ends meet. When parents separate, suddenly going from two incomes down to one can have detrimental effects, especially for children. Fortunately, Arizona has established child support laws to ensure that the financial needs of children are met. However, parents sometimes fail to reach agreements, causing disputes to erupt. When this happens, the children suffer.

Divorce can happen to anyone

For many newlyweds, marriage often feels euphoric and perfectly permanent. But, as the new wears off, it takes work from both parties to make a marriage successful over the long-term. People change, situations change and goals change, so, sometimes, divorce may be the best course of action for Arizona residents. As one high-profile couple is finding out, divorce can affect any marriage.

This child custody arrangement provides a stable home for kids

It's no secret that ending a marriage is tough, and it's even more difficult when kids are involved. For children, this massive change can be very traumatizing. According to recent research, an amicable, low-conflict separation is crucial for the well-being of children in Arizona. To accomplish this, some divorced parents have taken up a unique child custody arrangement known as nesting or birdnesting.

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