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Premarital Agreements Made in Another State

Posted on : July 15, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Premarital Agreements Made in Another State

Validity of Premarital Agreements Arizona law, like that of most states, permits couples to enter into premarital agreements about their finances. In Arizona, an agreement is valid as long as both spouses enter into it voluntarily and with full financial disclosure. If that is not the case, the agreement will not be enforced in Arizona. […]

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When a Creditor May Take Sole and Separate Assets of a Spouse

Posted on : July 12, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
When a Creditor May Take Sole and Separate Assets of a Spouse in Arizona.

When a Creditor May Take Sole and Separate Assets of a Spouse In Majewski v. Eyre, 542 P.2d 1123 (1975), the Court of Appeals considered a wife’s liability for a debt. Mrs. Majewski and Mr. Majewski married in 1955 and divorced in 1972. In 1966, wife and husband entered into two separate agreements. First, they borrowed $15,000 […]

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