Logo
Call Now(480) 305-8300

Purchasing Property with Separate Funds to Be Held Jointly

Posted on : December 21, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Purchasing Property with Separate Funds to Be Held Jointly

Purchasing Property with Separate Funds to Be Held Jointly Generally, property acquired before marriage remains the separate property of the spouse. In some cases, however, it transmutes to community property. This can happen when a spouse purchases property with separate funds to be held jointly. What is the status of separate funds invested in joint […]

Posted in : Arizona Community Property Laws , Leave a comment

Fraudulent Acknowledgement of Paternity in Arizona

Posted on : December 21, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Fraudulent Acknowledgement of Paternity in Arizona

Fraudulent Acknowledgement of Paternity in Arizona When parents file a paternity acknowledgement, courts presume that the man named in the document is the child’s biologic father. This means that the man can gain custody of the child without a best-interest-of-the-child adaption hearing. Does intentionally using a fraudulent acknowledgment of paternity constitute a fraud on the […]

Posted in : Arizona Paternity Laws , Leave a comment

Right to Notice and an Evidentiary Hearing in Arizona Courts

Posted on : December 21, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Right to Notice and an Evidentiary Hearing in Arizona Courts

Right to Notice and an Evidentiary Hearing in Arizona Courts A parent has the right to notice and an evidentiary hearing before her custody rights are modified. This includes both rulings regarding parenting time and those concerning legal decision making authority. In Cruz v. Garcia, No. 2 CA-CV 2015-0174 (Ariz. Ct. App. Jun. 17, 2016) […]

Posted in : Arizona Child Custody Laws , Leave a comment