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Are Profits From a Separate Business Community or Separate Property

Posted on : August 8, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Are Profits From a Business Separate Property or Community Property

Are Profits From a Separate Business Community or Separate Property? Under Arizona law, when one spouse earns profits from separate property, those profits are either community or separate property (or a combination of both). They are community property to the extent they are earned through the spouse’s efforts. The spouse earning them must offer a reasonable […]

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Increase in Value of a Separate Property Business Stock

Posted on : August 8, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Increase in Value of a Separate Property Business Stock

Increase in Value of a Separate Property Business Stock When one spouse earns profits from their separate property, those profits are classified as either separate property, or community property. They are community property only to the extent to which they are earned through a spouse’s efforts. But, do the same rules apply to a valuation of the increased […]

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Increased Value of a Business: Separate Property or Community Property?

Posted on : August 8, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Increased Value of a Business Separate Property or Community Property

Increased Value of a Business: Separate Property or Community Property? Under Arizona law, when community assets benefit one spouse’s separate property, the community can obtain reimbursement in a divorce. Does the same rule apply when the community ends because of one spouse’s death? What is the measure of reimbursement? In Guthrie v. Guthrie 242 P.2d […]

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Valuation of Stock Holdings & Interest on Debt in Arizona

Posted on : July 19, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Valuation of Stock Holdings and Interest on Debt in Arizona

Valuation of Stock Holdings & Interest on Debt in Arizona In McCune v. McCune, 586 P. 2d 651 (1978), the Court considered whether a Trial Court had followed its instructions. The case involved a valuation of a divorcing wife’s share of a business run by her husband. Facts of the Case Mrs. McCune and Mr. […]

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