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Criminal Statute for Non Payment of Child Support is Not Constitutionally Vague

Posted on : October 10, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Criminal Statute for Non-Payment of Child Support is Not Constitutionally Vague

Criminal Statute For Non Payment of Child Support is Not Constitutionally Vague If a criminal law is so unclear that people cannot understand what it means, it cannot be enforced. The Constitution prohibits a state from enforcing criminal sanctions under a vague law. Sometimes the courts “beef up” the specifics of a statute by looking […]

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Same Sex Marriage in Arizona

Posted on : October 10, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Same Sex Marriage in Arizona

Same Sex Marriage in Arizona – U.S. Supreme Court Ruling The United States Supreme Court issued its ruling regarding the issue of the constitutionality of same-sex marriage bans, as well as a state’s recognition of same-sex marriage licenses. The Court’s ruling focused upon 14th Amendment providing that no state could “deprive any person of life, […]

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Disclaimer Deed and Divorce in Arizona

Posted on : October 10, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Disclaimer Deed and Divorce

Disclaimer Deed and Divorce in Arizona The Scottsdale family law attorneys at Hildebrand Law, PC want to provide you with information regarding the restrictions on selling a home during an Arizona divorce. The Arizona Court of Appeals issued a seminal decision regarding the effect of signing a Disclaimer Deed signed in Arizona on a home […]

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Can Property Held in a Trust be Transferred by a Beneficiary Deed in Arizona

Posted on : October 10, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Arizona Trust v Beneficiary Deed

 

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Community Lien in Arizona

Posted on : October 10, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Community Lien in Arizona

Community Lien in Arizona The Arizona appellate court in the matter of Rowe v. Rowe was faced with an appeal concerning the characterization of a business as Jack’s sole and separate property or the parties’ community property, as well as the correct valuation methodology to use to value that business or any community lien attaching […]

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Effect of Sharing Living Expenses on Alimony in Arizona

Posted on : October 10, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Living Together and Spousal Maintenance

Effect of Sharing Living Expenses on Alimony in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals issued a decision regarding living together and spousal maintenance in Van Dyke v. Steinle regarding whether a former spouse’s cohabitation with another person provides a basis to modify or terminate an Arizona spousal maintenance award. The facts of the case were […]

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Relationship Between Child Custody and Child Support in Arizona

Posted on : October 10, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Relationship Between Child Custody and Child Support in Arizona

Relationship Between Child Custody and Child Support in Arizona Arizona law includes the Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act. That law is intended to allow parents in one state to obtain and enforce child support orders in another state. Can a parent who has absconded with the child get a child support order against the […]

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Arizona Custody Decisions Cannot Be Delegated to an Expert

Posted on : October 10, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Child Custody Decision Cannot Be Delegated to an Expert

Arizona Custody Decisions Cannot Be Delegated to an Expert The Arizona Court of Appeals issued a decision in Depasquale v. Superior Court regarding a judge’s discretion to defer a judicial decision to an expert witness. The evidence at trial established that Mother and Father were divorced in 1991 with Mother being awarded sole custody of their child […]

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Change in Circumstances Needed to Modify Child Support

Posted on : October 10, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Change in Circumstances Needed to Modify Child Support

Change in Circumstances Needed to Modify Child Support Arizona law allows a court to modify a child support award on a showing of changed circumstances. An appellate court reviews a trial court’s modification of child support order using an abuse of discretion standard of appellate review. The Court of Appeals reviewed a child support modification order […]

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How Personal Injury Claims Can Affect Your Marital Relationship

Posted on : October 10, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
How Personal Injury Claims Can Affect Your Marital Relationship

How Personal Injury Claims Can Affect Your Marital Relationship Personal injury cases have the tendency to get complicated very fast, and filing a claim can be a complex and wearing process. There may be state and federal laws to consider, along with legal procedures that might be difficult to navigate. One aspect most victims don’t […]

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