Scottsdale Arizona Divorce Attorneys
Arizona Divorce and Family Law Attorneys
Hildebrand Law, PC is a Scottsdale, Arizona divorce and family law firm. Our Scottsdale Arizona divorce attorneys are focused exclusively on family law matters. We are not a law firm that divides its focus across many different practice areas. Instead, our exclusive focus on divorce and family law ensures we are current on relevant laws impacting our clients and their families.
Our Scottsdale Arizona family law attorneys are not your traditional family law attorneys. We believe the relationship between an attorney and client is more than a business transaction. Our Scottsdale Arizona divorce attorneys involve our clients in the legal and strategic decisions made in their cases. We reject the notion that an attorney holds a position of prominence in relation to their clients. As a result, our clients are treated like we treat our friends.
“Our Clients’ Victories Form the Foundation Of Our Success.”
Christopher S. Hildebrand | Founder of Hildebrand Law PC
Our exceptional Arizona divorce attorneys and support staff are friendly, approachable, transparent, trustworthy and competent. Our clients have written many Five Star Reviews on the internet about us. As a result, we have also been awarded numerous awards and professional recognitions.
Our clients’ successes prove a law firm is more successful by shedding the outdated way the legal profession approaches relationships with clients. Instead, we adopt a “client focused” practice that results in a cooperative and trusting relationship.
If you are faced with a divorce or other family law matter, you may have many questions. Our Arizona divorce attorneys will answer every one of your questions. You may have questions regarding the Arizona divorce laws that apply to your case. You will also want to understand the likely outcome of your case.
You need to know how long your case will take to be resolved. You will need to know how much it will cost to reach your desired goals. Our Arizona family law attorneys will answer all of those questions.
Scottsdale Arizona Divorce Lawyers | Family Law Lawyers
Our team of Scottsdale divorce and family law attorneys have over one hundred (100) years combined experience in divorce and related family law matters. We have handled hundreds of divorce and family law cases in Arizona. Our divorce attorneys will not encounter a single issue in your case we have not already handled many times over.
At Hildebrand Law, PC, we take the time to sit down with each individual client to discuss the entire Arizona divorce process from beginning to end. We ensure you understand everything that’s going to happen in your case. You will be told when those events will occur and what we can do navigate you through that process. As a result, you will be in control and empowered to actively pursue your goals.
Scottsdale Arizona Legal Separation Attorneys
Our Arizona legal separation attorneys have the experience and knowledge to help you though a legal separation in Arizona if a divorce does not suit your needs. A legal separation in Arizona is very similar to a divorce with the exception that neither spouse is returned to the status of a single person. In an Arizona legal separation, your community property assets and debt are divided, child custody orders are entered, child support orders are issued, and alimony may be awarded.
You may convert a legal separation into a divorce either before the actual Decree of Legal Separation is ordered or after the final Decree of Legal Separation is entered by the court. Generally, if the Arizona legal separation is converted to a divorce after a final Decree of Legal Separation is ordered, all of the prior orders issued in the Decree of Legal Separation will apply. The only exceptions that apply to that general rule is if there have been a substantial and continuing change in circumstances that justify modifying the child custody, child support, or alimony orders.
We provide answers to the most common questions regarding Arizona legal separation laws on our Arizona Legal Separation FAQ page.
Scottsdale Arizona Child Custody Attorneys
Our Arizona child custody attorneys understand the impact child custody disputes can have on a family. Arizona has child custody laws to protect a parent’s right to spend quality time with his or her children. Our Arizona child custody lawyers will go over all of the factors a court is required to consider before entering legal decision making (“legal custody”) and parenting time orders in your case.
We spend a significant amount of time discussing your prior and future role in your children’s lives, your children’s preference regarding spending time with both parents, others who may spend time with the children in each household, the mental, emotional and physical health of both parents, and which parent is more likely to foster frequent and meaningful contact with the other parents, among other factors.
Your children matter to you and that matters to us. We provide answers to the most common questions regarding Arizona child custody laws on our Arizona child custody FAQ page.
Scottsdale Arizona Alimony Attorneys
Alimony, sometimes referred to as spousal maintenance in Arizona, is an order by the court requiring one spouse to pay the other spouse an amount of money for a specified period of time when the court finds one spouse will be unable to support herself or himself after the divorce or legal separation.
Our attorneys have handled many spousal maintenance cases in Arizona and are aware of all of the Arizona spousal maintenance laws that need to be analyzed and applied to protect our clients’ interest in an Arizona alimony case. We also provide answers to the most common questions regarding Arizona spousal maintenance laws on our Arizona Spousal Maintenance FAQ page.
Scottsdale Arizona Community Property Attorneys
Arizona community property laws provide for a presumption that any property or monies acquired during the marriage are community property. Arizona community property laws also provide that all community property should be equitably divided, which usually means equally divided.
All property acquired by either spouse prior to marriage or by gift or inheritance during the marriage is considered to be that spouse’s sole and separate property, so long as their not mixed with community funds to such an extent that it is not possible to distinguish what is community property versus separate property.
Our community property attorneys have significant experience handling both simple and complex community property issues including division of stock options, restricted stock units, business valuations and the like. You can learn more about the most common community property questions on our Arizona Community Property FAQ page.
“Best Arizona Divorce Attorney” Award by Arizona Foothills Magazine
The Scottsdale attorneys at Hildebrand Law, PC have over one hundred (100) years of combined family law experience. We are here to answer any family law questions you may have. Please feel free to contact us. We are happy to help you!
Contact Our Scottsdale Arizona Divorce and Family Law Attorneys
Please call (480) 305-8300 to speak to one of our experienced Arizona divorce and family law attorneys today regarding your divorce or family law issue. We are here to help!
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