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Does the Death of a Spouse Prevent a Judge from Issuing a Divorce Decree in Arizona

Posted on : November 17, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Does the Death of a Spouse Prevent a Judge From Issuing a Divorce Decree in Arizona

Does the Death of a Spouse Prevent a Judge from Issuing a Divorce Decree in Arizona? It takes two to marry, but only one to divorce in Arizona. That is, one spouse can obtain a divorce whether the other wants to call it quits or not. But what happens if a spouse dies during divorce […]

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Using Community Funds to Pay a Mortgage on a Spouse’s Sole and Separate House

Posted on : November 17, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Using Community Funds to Pay a Mortgage on a Spouses Sole and Separate House

Using Community Funds to Pay a Mortgage on a Spouse’s Sole and Separate House In a divorce, separate property belongs to the spouse holding title, while community property belongs to both spouses. Generally, property that is acquired separately remains separate during the marriage. Under certain circumstances, separate property “transmutes” into community property. If a spouse […]

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