Category: Divorce

Understanding Entitlement Factors

According to ARS 25-319, “the court may grant a maintenance order for either spouse if it finds that the spouse seeking maintenance: Factor #1 “The spouse seeking maintenance lacks sufficient property to supply for his/her reasonable needs.” The law does not explicitly define what constitutes “sufficient property,” but the courts have provided some guidance. It […]

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Written by on September 19, 2021

Collaborative divorce

A collaborative divorce stands on the ground that couples are the ones that should make decisions for their families. Negotiation can be more effective and pleasant for some couples than court proceedings when ending a marriage. For couples who can work together (even though their attorneys), collaborative divorce has many benefits, mainly because it can […]

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Written by on August 25, 2021

Reasons for divorce in Arizona

Nowadays, divorce has become a typical process. You hear about it all around you, on TV, even when talking with friends or even family. Or maybe you are in the middle of a divorce process. This fact should not surprise us considering that in 2019, the divorce rate in America was over 46%, Arizona being […]

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Written by on June 29, 2021

The top seven things to consider in a gray divorce

In the United States, it’s more common than ever for couples over the age of 50 to seek a divorce. In fact, a recent study from Bowling Green State University shows that divorce in couples over age 50 nearly doubled between the years 1990 and 2010. Unfortunately, this trend-sometimes known as gray divorce- frequently comes […]

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Written by on June 7, 2021

Divorce, Moving, and Child Custody: Does Moving During a Divorce Matter in Arizona?

Divorce, Moving, and Child Custody: Does Moving During a Divorce Matter in Arizona?  Logistically, monetarily, or practically, it may be difficult to imagine staying where you have been living with your husband or wife, especially if the relationship has become fraught and tense. In divorce, the issue that often arises is whether or not you […]

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Written by on May 29, 2021

Utilizing Mediation in Family Law Cases

Utilizing Mediation in Family Law Cases Family law cases can be stressful and emotional. When the end of a relationship is involved, not to mention minor children’s lives, emotions are bound to get involved. However, it is not always the best idea to take a case before a judge and put everyone through lengthy litigation. […]

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Written by on May 28, 2021

6 of the Best Books on Divorce to Help You Get Through

6 of the Best Books on Divorce to Help You Get Through Divorce is a big life-changing event that can be filled with a lot of emotions and uncertainty. Figuring out your life through and after divorce can be difficult. Here are the best books on divorce to help you sort it all out. 1. […]

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Written by on May 9, 2021

Understanding Property Division in Your Divorce

Understanding Property Division in Your Divorce  Every state handles property division in a divorce differently. The State of Arizona operates under a community property law, which creates a presumption that any property acquired during the marriage is community property and is equally owned by the married couple. However, how does this play into a divorce, […]

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Written by on May 9, 2021

Divorce and the Military

Divorce and the Military  What happens when you or your spouse is in the military, and one of you wants to get divorced? While a seemingly simple question, the answer is a bit more complicated than one might think. Divorce for those in the military—or their spouses—is similar to divorce for civilians, but there are […]

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Written by on May 7, 2021

Debt and Divorce in Arizona

Debt and Divorce in Arizona When two people get divorced, you often think about all of the property they own and who gets what. While someone may want to keep the car or the house, they may also want to avoid debt. This could be debt created during and for the marriage, like that new […]

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Written by on May 7, 2021