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Calculating Income for Child Support Calculations

Posted on : December 17, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Calculating Income for Child Support Calculations

Calculating Income for Child Support Calculations The Arizona Court of Appeals ruled on how the trial court should interpret full-time employment within the Arizona Child Support Guidelines and how to apply the calculation of parent’s income to calculate a child support obligation in McNutt v. McNutt. After the parties began living together, they had a […]

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Division of Family Property and Alimony in Arizona

Posted on : December 17, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Division of Family Property and Alimony in Arizona

Division of Family Property and Alimony in Arizona In the case Woodside v. Woodside, the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled whether the amount awarded for alimony may be affected by an unequal division of property, whether the court must attribute income to the spouse who is not working but is requesting alimony, and whether the […]

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Enforcing an Unsigned Divorce Settlement Agreement

Posted on : December 17, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Enforcing an Unsigned Divorce Settlement

Enforcing an Unsigned Divorce Settlement Agreement When spouses decide to divorce, they can ask a court to divide their property or they can negotiate an agreement themselves. Divorces are usually faster, cheaper and less hostile when a couple comes to agreement between themselves, and Arizona courts accept negotiated settlement agreements if it appears that neither […]

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Enforcing a Premarital Agreement in a Divorce in Arizona

Posted on : December 17, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Enforcing a Premarital Agreement in a Divorce in Arizona

Enforcing a Premarital Agreement in a Divorce in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals made a decision on the validity of a premarital agreement and the division of marital assets in the case of Pownall v. Pownall. In 1990, shortly after the parties began living together Mr. Pownall purchased a home. He paid the down […]

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