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Family Law Attorney in Arizona

Family Law Attorney in Arizona

North Phoenix Family Law Attorney

Ronald V. Thomas is a North Phoenix family law attorney.  He has been representing family law clients in the following types of cases and matters in Arizona for a period of almost two decades: divorce, annulments, custody, paternity, child support, alimony, spousal maintenance, relocation disputes, temporary orders, modification, enforcement, restraining orders, orders of protection, injunctions against harassment, grandparent custody, grandparent visitation, grandparent’s rights, termination of parenting rights, domestic violence, guardianships, alternative dispute resolution, appeals, depositions, subpoenas,  custody evaluations, parenting conferences, prenuptial agreements, post-nuptial agreements, negotiation, uncontested divorces, unbundled services, property settlement agreements, post-nuptial agreements, settlement conferences, mediation, arbitration, collaborative divorce, document preparation,  emergency hearings, return hearings, evidentiary hearings, oral arguments, motions, discovery, investigations, visitation, father’s rights, mother’s rights, guardian ad litem, best interest attorney, special master, etc.  Mr. Thomas is also licensed in various other jurisdictions besides Arizona.

Arizona Divorce Attorneys

Whether you are a mother or father, a husband or wife, young or old, call our office for assistance with your family law case.  Our main office is conveniently located in the North Phoenix area.  We also have offices in the West Valley and East Valley in order to be easily accessible to clients in all Maricopa County areas.

The following are areas where Thomas Law Office clients have resided:  Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale, Anthem, Surprise, Sun City, Tempe,  Fountain Hills, Peoria, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek, Tolleson, Avondale, Litchfield Park, Maryvale.  In addition, we have represented numerous clients with family law cases in the Maricopa County Superior Court who resided in all parts of the state, various other states around the country, and even other parts of the world. Rarely is an in-person appointment necessary if you reside far from any of our offices.  With modern technology, we can communicate and circulate documents for signature in a rapid manner without the need for personal travel.  Furthermore, many judges in the Maricopa County Superior Court are often willing to approve a request for a telephonic appearance in court if the person resides in a different state or country. Of course, the judge has discretion to approve or deny the request; however, there is a chance that you may never need to travel to Arizona for your case at all.

Contact our Arizona Divorce Lawyer

In addition to being experienced, dedicated, and effective, Thomas Law Office also offers clients affordable representation.  For clients who cannot afford traditional representation, we offer limited scope representation, document preparation services, a la carte consultations for those with targeted questions and who would rather not formally retain an attorney, payment plans, flat fees, and other creative payment arrangements.   Call Thomas Law Office today for assistance with your Arizona family law matter.


Mr. Thomas has been fighting hard for clients since 1996. He looks forward to fighting hard for you, too - Contact us TODAY!

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