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Prohibiting Consumption of Alcohol as a Condition of Parenting Time

Posted on : April 20, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Prohibiting Consumption of Alcohol as a Condition of Exercising Parenting Time Visitation in Arizona

Prohibiting Consumption of Alcohol as a Condition of Parenting Time in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals-Division One rendered a decision in Dawson v. Dawson. Justice Rebecca White Berch delivered the decision for the appeals court, in which Presiding Judge Kent E. Cattani and Judge Lawrence F. Winthrop joined. Background of the Case Father and […]

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Past Due Support Payments Apply First to Child Support Before Alimony

Posted on : April 20, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Past Due Payments Apply First to Child Support Before Alimony in Arizona

Past Due Support Payments Apply First to Child Support Before Alimony The Arizona Court of Appeals-Division One reviewed and rendered a decision in Durrant v. Durrant. Presiding Judge Kenton D. Jones delivered the decision for the appeals court, in which Judge Randall M. Howe and Judge Donn Kessler joined. Background of the Case Father and […]

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Enforcing a Survivor Benefit Election in a Pension in Arizona

Posted on : April 17, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Enforcing a Survivor Benefit Election in a Pension in ArizonaEnforcing a Survivor Benefit Election in a Pension in Arizona

Enforcing a Survivor Benefit Election in a Pension in Arizona A divorced spouse is obviously not a current spouse, but is she necessarily a non-spouse? This issue can be important in the context of the division of an interest in Arizona State Retirement System (“ASRS”) retirement benefits. The ASRS limits benefits to certain “non-spouse contingent […]

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Calculating Child Support With Split Custody of Children in Arizona

Posted on : April 17, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Calculating Child Support With Split Custody of Children in Arizona

Calculating Child Support With Split Custody of Children in Arizona In Arizona like in most states, child support rises as the number of children rise. But under the Guidelines, the support for two children is not double the support for one. Rather, support goes up incrementally and depends on the parenting time spent with each […]

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Affect of Delay in Collecting Child Support Arrearages in Arizona

Posted on : April 11, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Unnecessary Delay in Collecting Child Support Arrearages

Affect of Delay in Collecting Child Support Arrearages in Arizona People don’t always stay in one place. In this mobile society, divorced parents may have a child support order from one state enforced by one or more other states. How should a third state court review conflicting court orders from two prior states that considered […]

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Recovering Child Support Not Ordered in the Divorce Decree

Posted on : April 11, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Recovering Child Support Not Listed in the Divorce Decree

Recovering Child Support Not Ordered in the Divorce Decree If a divorce decree doesn’t award child support, the custodial parent must modify the decree in order to get support. The custodial parent cannot collect past due support before amending the decree. When the county provides child support and seeks reimbursenment, does it have more rights than […]

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Legal Options for Collecting Child Support Payments

Posted on : April 6, 2017, By:  Hildebrand Law
Legal Options for Collecting Child Support Payments

Legal Options for Collecting Child Support Payments Going through the divorce process is not easy. In fact, it’s one of the biggest obstacles you may face in your life. And it’s even more difficult when there are children involved. Add to that the fact you have to think about child support issues and things get […]

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Murderer-Spouse & Community Property Share in Arizona

Posted on : April 3, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Murderer Spouse and Community Property Share in ArizonaMurderer Spouse and Community Property Share in Arizona

Murderer-Spouse & Community Property Share in Arizona Arizona is a community property state. That means that all money earned by either spouse during the marriage belongs equally to both. Generally, a person who murders his spouse is not entitled to inherit from her. Is he entitled to his half of the community property though? In […]

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