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Are Postnuptial Agreements Valid in Arizona

Posted on : March 29, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Are Postnuptial Agreements Valid in Arizona

Are Postnuptial Agreements Valid in Arizona Harber’s Estate Property Division Agreement Enforceability In Arizona, couples may divide their community property between them in contemplation of divorce or separation. However, the courts had never addressed the question of whether spouses could make an enforceable agreement to divide community property between them if they were not divorcing, […]

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Can a Judge Reject a Divorce Settlement In Arizona?

Posted on : March 29, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Can a Judge Reject a Divorce Settlement in Arizona

Can a Judge Reject a Divorce Settlement In Arizona? Wick Incorporating Settlement into Divorce Couples in Arizona who are contemplating divorce can enter into marital settlement agreements regarding their property and financial obligations. But is the divorce court required to accept them? In Wick v. Wick, 489 P.2d 19, 107 Ariz. 382 (1971), the Arizona […]

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Statute of Limitations on Alimony in Arizona

Posted on : March 29, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Statute of limitations on alimony in Arizona

Statute of Limitations on Alimony in Arizona The Ames Rule: Timing of Action for Unpaid Spousal In Arizona, spousal support begins on a specific day and continues for the time specified in the divorce decree. Under the law, a spouse may bring a petition to enforce the order at any time up to three years […]

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Separate Property Increase in Value During Marriage

Posted on : March 29, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Separate Property Increase in Value During Marriage in Arizona

Separate Property Increase in Value During Marriage Cockrill: Increase in Separate Property Value During Marriage Arizona is a community property state. That means that when a couple marries, all of the earnings of either spouse belong to the community, e.g., to both spouses. During a divorce, community property is divided between spouses. The property a […]

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