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Is Separate Property Liable for Community Debt in Arizona

Posted on : July 7, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Is Community Property Liable for Separate Debt

Is Separate Property Liable for Community Debt in Arizona? Under Arizona law, earnings of either spouse during a marriage are community property. In a divorce, the court divides the community property between the two. Creditors can recover community debt from community property, but not generally from the separate property of one spouse. In Union Bank […]

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Missed Court Date in an Arizona Divorce

Posted on : July 7, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Failure to Appear for a Divorce Trial in Arizona.

Muzyka v. Herko: Missed Court Date in Arizona The parties were married for fifteen years when wife petitioned for divorce in 2007. During the case, the husband notified the court of¬†injuries he sustained in a 2010 car accident. He informed the court his injuries prevented him from traveling to Arizona for his divorce trial. He […]

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