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Statutory Marital Paternity Presumption for Same-Sex Couples in Arizona

Posted on : October 16, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Same Sex Marriage Presumption of Paternity.

Statutory Marital Paternity Presumption for Same-Sex Couples in Arizona With the recognition of the validity of same-sex marriages in Arizona, a question arises as to whether a child born during a same-sex marriage results in the non-childbearing spouse being entitled to the statutory presumption of paternity in Arizona. Arizona revised statute section 25-814 provides that […]

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Taxes and Divorce Settlements in Arizona

Posted on : October 16, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Taxes and Divorce Settlements in Arizona.

Taxes and Divorce Settlements in Arizona In a divorce in Arizona, you need to consider the tax implications of certain assets when entering into a divorce settlement. Failure to consider tax consequences when dividing community property in Arizona can result in an unfair and inequitable divorce settlement. Arizona Revised Statute Section 25-318(B) allows a judge […]

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Third Party Visitation with a Child in Arizona

Posted on : October 16, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Third Party Visitation With a Child in Arizona.

Third Party Visitation with a Child in Arizona Arizona laws allow third-party visitation with a child under very limited circumstances. Your petition for third-party visitation with a child in Arizona must very specifically include allegations establishing the child treats that person as a parental figure and that it would be significantly detrimental to leave the child in […]

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Setting Aside or Modifying Divorce Decree in Arizona

Posted on : October 16, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Setting Aside or Modifying a Divorce Decree in Arizona.

Setting Aside or Modifying Divorce Decree in Arizona In Arizona, Rule 85 of the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure permits a party to set aside a final Decree of Dissolution of Marriage for several reasons, so long as the Motion to Set Aside the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage is filed within a reasonable […]

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Sole Legal Custody Over Medical Decisions in Arizona

Posted on : October 16, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Sole Legal Custody Over Medical Decisions in Arizona.

Sole Legal Custody Over Medical Decisions in Arizona The Missouri Court of Appeals in the case of Gammon v. Gammon No. WD 79869 faced an issue whether to uphold a trial court’s order granting Father sole custody of the parties’ children because of Mother’s belief that she was a healer and would use unusual treatments to […]

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Proving Property is Sole and Separate Property in an Arizona Divorce

Posted on : September 20, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Proving Property is Sole and Separate Property in an Arizona Divorce.

Proving Property is Sole and Separate Property in an Arizona Divorce In the case of Foster vs. Foster, the husband filed an appeal of the trial court’s division of guns in an Arizona divorce. The court awarded some of the guns to the husband as his sole and separate property but divided other firearms as […]

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Violation of Due Process Rights in an Arizona Child Custody Hearing

Posted on : September 13, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Violation of Due Process Rights in Arizona Child Custody Hearing.

Violation of Due Process Rights in an Arizona Child Custody Hearing The Arizona Court of Appeals in the Cruz v. Garcia case had to address whether Mother’s Due Process rights were violated when a judge entered final child custody orders granting Father sole legal decision-making and suspending Mother’s parenting time at an initial hearing. History […]

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7 Reasons Why You Might Have To Share Your Personal Injury Settlement in Divorce

Posted on : September 12, 2017, By:  MatadorAdmin
7 Reasons Why You Might Have To Share Your Personal Injury Settlement in Divorce

7 Reasons Why You Might Have To Share Your Personal Injury Settlement in Divorce In many states, the court assumes an equal property division but generally not with a personal injury settlement.  It is often assumed that if you were injured and received a settlement from the insurance company, you will be entitled to all […]

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Can a Same Sex Couple Establish Paternity of a Child in Arizona

Posted on : September 11, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Can Same Sex Couples Establish Paternity in Arizona.

Can a Same-Sex Couple Establish Paternity of a Child in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in the case of Turner v. Oakley had to decide if a same-sex couple can establish paternity of a child conceived by artificial insemination in Arizona. The parties in the case are Ms. Turner (“Turner”), Ms. Oakley (“Oakley”), and […]

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The Importance of Consulting a Financial Planner Before a Divorce

Posted on : September 10, 2017, By:  MatadorAdmin

  A financial planner can be one of the most important people who you will meet with prior to a divorce. In some cases, this person may be more important than your attorney in determining how financially secure you are after the divorce is finalized. Why is it so important to consult with a financial […]

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