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Prenuptial Agreement and Creditors in Arizona

Posted on : April 13, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
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Prenuptial Agreement and Creditors Elia v. Pifer Character Evidence Issues Generally one party to a lawsuit in Arizona cannot present evidence of bad things the other party did that are not related to the case. This type of evidence is excluded because it could cause a judge or jury to decide a case based on […]

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Effect of Postnuptial Agreement on Creditors in Arizona

Posted on : April 13, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Effect of Postnuptial Agreement on Creditors in Arizona.

Effect of Postnuptial Agreements ICA/Wright Marital Agreement Application Under Arizona’s community property law, all earnings by either spouse during marriage are presumed to belong to the community (the two spouses). If a spouse incurs a separate debt during marriage, the creditor cannot try to collect from the couple’s community property. What happens when a couple […]

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