TEMPE, ARIZONA FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY
During a divorce, you want a family law attorney advocating for you and protecting your rights: fighting to defend and preserve your family and your future. Our Tempe, AZ family law firm provides expert service to our clients. Our staff understands that family and divorce law cases and litigations are very personal, and we aim to provide professional, compassionate, and proactive representation.
Offering exceptional advocacy at an affordable cost, our attorneys have been helping clients in Tempe, Maricopa County, Arizona for years. Our staff recognizes that every clients’ needs and case is unique, therefore we offer individualized attention and devote our time and resources to find the best possible outcome for your special case.
Your chances of a positive outcome to your legal issue increases when you have a knowledgable lawyer and supportive staff representing your best interests. A judge’s decision about your family will have a crucial impact on the rest of your life. We understand the importance of these decisions and can navigate the Arizona family law court proceedings. Our firm is prepared to assist you with the highest quality representation.
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TEMPE, ARIZONA community
A Statue of the founder of Tempe may be seen at the Charles Trumbull Hayden Memorial. The city of Tempe, also called Hayden’s Ferry during old territory times, is a city in Maricopa county, Arizona. On the north end of downtown Tempe is located the Haden Ferry Lakeside development. The city got its name after the Vale of Tempe in Greece. Located in the East Valley section of Phoenix Metro, Tempe is a popular suburb of Phoenix.
Tempe was named after the Vale of Tempe in Greece. It is located in the East Valley section of the Phoenix Metro; a popular suburb of Phoenix. Tempe used to be called Hayden’s Ferry during old territory times: a Statue of the founder of Tempe may be seen at the Charles Trumbull Hayden Memorial. On the north part of downtown Tempe is the Haden Ferry Lakeside development.
Arizona State University (ASU Sun Devils) is located in Tempe. With an undergraduate student body of almost 34,000, ASU is Arizona’s largest institution of higher learning. The Sun Devils play at Sun Devil stadium. Also in Tempe is the Arizona State University Art Museum, where rotating art exhibits can be seen. ASU’s Gammage Auditorium is a great performance venue in Tempe. There is an arboretum at ASU which contains more than 300 species of plants fro various regions of the Arizona desert.
Since 1971, Tempe has had a sister city: Skopje, Macedonia, and since 2012, Cusco Peru. (Tempe has been voted “Best Overall Sister City Program” city).
Tempe hosts the Los Angeles Angles of Anaheim baseball team at Tempe Diablo Stadium, and has one of Arizona’s largest shopping malls, Arizona Mills. Tempe Marketplace is a large open-air mall located near Tempe Town Lake. Originally built in 1931, Tempe Beach Park (after renovation) connects to 5 miles of bike paths circling Town Lake. Splash Playground is a 1 acre playground at Tempe Beach Park.
Other places of interest and importance in Tempe:
- The Arizona Historical Society Museum
- Marley Center
- The Phoenix Zoo
- Desert Botanical Gardens
- The Sea Life Aquarium
- Mill Avenue District (shopping, dining, nightlife)