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Are Prenuptial Agreements Regarding Alimony Enforceable in Arizona

Posted on : August 9, 2016
Are Prenuptial Agreements Regarding Alimony Enforceable in Arizona
Are Prenuptial Agreements Regarding Alimony Enforceable in Arizona In Arizona, it had long been the rule that agreements made before marriage affecting spousal maintenance are against public policy. However, over time, women gained more rights and the legislature changed spousal maintenance laws in Arizona. The courts began to take a different view of these prenuptial […]

Judgment for Loans Before Marriage in a Divorce Decree

Posted on : August 8, 2016
Reimbursement of Loans Made Before Marriage
Judgment for Loans Before Marriage In a Divorce Decree In Johnson v Johnson, 454 P.2d 590 (1969), the Court of Appeals reviewed an award made to a spouse. The spouse had not requested the award, nor did the judge explain why the award was given. Facts of the Case Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were married. Before […]

Interest on a Judgment in an Arizona Divorce Decree

Posted on : June 28, 2016
Interest On a Judgment in a Divorce Decree in Arizona.
Interest on a Judgment in an Arizona Divorce Decree Mr. Skirboll (Husband) appealed a court order from his divorce trial. The order applied a ten percent interest rate to a judgment entered against him. The trial court denied his request to offset monies his wife was ordered to pay a creditor.  The trial court ordered interest to […]

Failure to Disclose Financial Information in a Divorce in Arizona

Posted on : April 20, 2016
Failure to Disclose Financial Information in a Divorce in Arizona.
Failure to Disclose Financial Information in a Divorce in Arizona In Arizona, the family court includes decisions regarding support obligations and division of marital assets in the final divorce decree. In some cases, one or both of the parties may not cooperate fully. The court makes the best decision possible using as much information as […]

Change in Circumstances to Modify Alimony in Arizona

Posted on : April 20, 2016
Change in Circumstances to Modify Alimony in Arizona.
Change in Circumstances to Modify Alimony in Arizona In the unpublished Arizona Court of Appeals case of Costa v. Costa, Nanci J. Costa, Wife appealed the trial court’s order granting Husband a modification of spousal maintenance. In Arizona, a modification of spousal maintenance may only be granted when a substantial and continuing change of circumstances is […]