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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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Judgment for Loans Before Marriage in a Divorce Decree

Posted on : August 8, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
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 […]

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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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