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What Happens if Someone Lies in a Divorce in Arizona?

Posted on : October 24, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
What Happens if Someone Lies in a Divorce in Arizona.

What Happens if Someone Lies in a Divorce in Arizona? I often say that the difference between the truth and lie is sometimes a matter of perspective. However, there are situations when a person knowingly testifies to “facts” when he or she believes them to be untrue. There was, in fact, one instance where a […]

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Child Support Deviation in Arizona

Posted on : October 24, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Child Support Deviation in Arizona.

Child Support Deviation in Arizona Facts of the Case: Nia v. Nia Mrs. Nia (“Mother”) appealed the decision of the Maricopa County Superior Court (“lower court”) order modifying Mr. Nia’s (“Father”) child support obligation for the parties’ three (3) common triplet daughters, now adults. The parties’ were divorced in 2009, by Consent Decree (“Decree”), granting […]

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Equitable Defenses to Non-Modifiable Spousal Maintenance in Arizona

Posted on : October 24, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Equitable Defenses to Non Modifiable Spousal Maintenance in Arizona.

Equitable Defenses to Non-Modifiable Spousal Maintenance in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in the case of Coburn v. Rhodig addressed an appeal from the Maricopa County Superior Court. The parties in the case are Mr. Rhodig (“Husband”) and Mrs. Coburn (“Wife”). The couple divorced in 2010 and Husband, by a consent decree, was ordered […]

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Grandparents Visitation Rights Arizona

Posted on : October 24, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Grandparents Visitation Rights Arizona.

Grandparents Visitation Rights Arizona In the Arizona Court of Appeals case of Friedman v. Roels, the  parties in the case include Mother and Petitioner/Appellant Lisa J. Friedman (“Friedman”), Father, Respondent David Roels, Jr. (“Roels”), and Paternal Grandparents Intervenors/Appellees, Claudia and David Roels Sr., (“Grandparents”), and minor children “M” born in 2003, and “R” born in […]

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Divorcing an Abusive Spouse in Arizona

Posted on : October 24, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Divorcing an Abusive Spouse in Arizona.

Divorcing an Abusive Spouse in Arizona You need a game plan to protect yourself if you are divorcing an abusive spouse in Arizona. Your first step is to look to your support network of friends and family to devise a specific plan for when and how you will leave your home or obtain an Order […]

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