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Reimbursement of Separate Property in a Divorce

Posted on : March 2, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Reimbursement of Separate Property in a Divorce

Reimbursement of Separate Property in a Divorce in Arizona In Arizona, a spouse is free to use his or her separate money to buy real property for the couple. However, the law says that if the property is taken and held as community property or in joint tenancy, the spouse investing separate funds loses all […]

Posted in : Arizona Community Property Laws , Leave a comment

Enforcement of Prenuptial Agreements

Posted on : March 2, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Enforcing Prenuptial Agreements in Arizona

Enforcement of Prenuptial Agreements Prenuptial agreements (also called antenuptial agreements) are contracts between spouses entered into before marriage. In these agreements, the prospective spouses agree on various aspects of their marriage, generally financial in nature. These agreements are valid in Arizona, as long as the terms agreed to do not violate good morals or law. In the case […]

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Relocating Children: The One Year Rule

Posted on : March 2, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Relocating Children in Arizona

Relocating Children: The One Year Rule According to Arizona law, parents are required by statute to wait a year before requesting a modification to previously issued order regarding legal decision making and parenting time. In Murray v. Murray, the Arizona Court of Appeals considered the application of this requirement to a parent’s request to relocate […]

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