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Res Judicata, Laches and Statute of Limitations as Defenses to Family Support

Posted on : December 3, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Res Judicata Laches and Statute of Limitations as Defenses to Family Support

Res Judicata, Laches and Statute of Limitations as Defenses to Family Support When a person goes to court to resolve a legal issue, he or she cannot go to court again to resolve the same issue. The doctrine of res judicata precludes litigating issues already resolved between the parties in a prior court case. Sometimes […]

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Affidavit of Child Support Arrears From a Child Support Order of Another State

Posted on : December 3, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Affidavit of Child Support Arrears From a Child Support Order of Another State

Affidavit of Child Support Arrears From a Child Support Order of Another State A parent may ask an Arizona court to enforce a child support order from a different state. However, a parent must first register the foreign order in Arizona. A parent registering another state’s child support order in Arizona must serve the registration papers on […]

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Court Has Personal Jurisdiction in a Paternity Case if Conception Occurred in Arizona

Posted on : December 3, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Court Has Personal Jurisdiction in a Paternity Case if Conception Occurred in Arizona

Court Has Personal Jurisdiction in a Paternity Case of Conception Occurred in Arizona Arizona law allows a person to file a court action to establish the identity of the father of a child born out of wedlock. If a person is believed to be the father of a child in Arizona, it is easy to […]

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An Agreement to Pay Alimony May Affect a Future Modification of Alimony in Arizona

Posted on : December 3, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
An Agreement to Pay Alimony May Affect a Future Modification of Alimony

An Agreement to Pay Alimony May Affect a Future Modification of Alimony in Arizona In Arizona, a spousal maintenance award in a divorce decree can only be modified if the parties’ financial circumstances have changed. But, changes the parties already considered when they entered into a divorce settlement cannot justify a modification of that spousal maintenance […]

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Debts and Income of a Spouse Not Considered In Arizona Child Support Modification

Posted on : December 3, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Debts and Income of a Spouse Not Considered in Arizona Child Support Modification

Debts and Income of a Spouse Not Considered In Arizona Child Support Modification Once the court enters a final divorce decree, a parent wishing to modify it must show changed circumstances. The changes described must be material and be continuing. Does the fact that an unemployed parent finds a job qualify as a material change? […]

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