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Retirement Increase After Divorce in Arizona

Posted on : April 19, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Retirement Increase After Divorce in Arizona.

Retirement Increase After Divorce in Arizona In the unpublished Arizona Court of Appeals case of Binder v. Binder, there was only one argument presented upon appeal, but the Arizona Court of Appeals had to several factors to determine whether regarding the treatment of a military retirement pay allotment in an Arizona divorce decree. Is military […]

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Including Income From a Second Job in Child Support Calculation

Posted on : April 19, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Including Income From a Second Job in Calculating Child Support.

Including Income From a Second Job in Child Support Calculation In Arizona, the decision of the court to modify parenting time will often result in a modification of child support as well. In this ¬†particular appeal, the Arizona Court of Appeals must determine whether the trial court erred in modifying child support without a modification […]

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Valuing a Business in a Divorce in Arizona Without Financial Documentation

Posted on : April 19, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Valuing a Business in a Divorce in Arizona With No Financial Documents.

Valuing a Business in a Divorce in Arizona Without Financial Documentation In Arizona, the decision of the court regarding the division of marital assets is based upon state law. As Arizona is one of nine community property states in the United States, anything earned (or debt incurred) during the marriage is community property and, thus, […]

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