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Fraudulent Conveyance and Joinder of a Party in an Arizona Divorce

Posted on : March 27, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Fraudulent Conveyance and Joinder of a Party in an Arizona Divorce.

Fraudulent Conveyance and Joinder of a Party in an Arizona Divorce The Arizona Court of Appeals in a memorandum decision in the case of Jimenez vs. Jimenez had to  address the issue, among others, of whether an Arizona divorce court has the legal authority to join a third party in a divorce case for the […]

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Can an Arizona Divorce Court Allow Service by Email

Posted on : March 20, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Can an Arizona Divorce Court Allow Service by Email?

Can an Arizona Divorce Court Allow Service by Email Arizona Court Allows Service of Divorce Papers by Email Getting your spouse served with divorce papers can be difficult if that spouse’s whereabouts are unknown or they are dogging being served. The question can an Arizona divorce court allow service by email in a case. The […]

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Can You Lodge a Consent Decree in Arizona

Posted on : March 20, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
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Can You Lodge a Consent Decree in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in a memorandum decision in the case of Cryan vs. Cryan had to address the issue of whether an Arizona divorce judge may order the parties to submit competing proposed Consent Decrees for the Court to choose which Consent Decree the judge […]

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Equalization Payments in an Arizona Divorce | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Posted on : March 20, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Equalization Payments in an Arizona Divorce.

Equalization Payments in an Arizona Divorce The Arizona Court of Appeals in a memorandum decision in the case of Lee vs. Lee had to address the issues of equalization payments for the division of a business in a divorce in Arizona and whether a court can modify a business appraisal based upon a change in […]

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Sanctions for Filing Frivolous Pleadings in an Arizona Divorce

Posted on : March 15, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Sanctions for Filing Frivolous Pleadings in an Arizona Divorce.

Sanctions for Filing Frivolous Pleadings in an Arizona Divorce The Arizona Court of Appeals issued a memorandum decision in the case of Kostadinova vs. Stephens addressing the basis for a trial court to issue sanctions in the form of attorney fees against an attorney representing a wife in a paternity case. The following is that […]

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Filing a Late Application for Attorney Fees in an Arizona Family Law Case

Posted on : March 13, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
FIling a Late Application for Attorney Fees in an Arizona Family Law Case.

Filing a Late Application for Attorney Fees in an Arizona Family Law Case The Arizona Court of Appeals in a memorandum decision in the case of Alvarado vs. Apodaca addressed the issues of whether property taxes on a rental property should be deducted from gross income from that property for the purpose of calculating child […]

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Parts of the Record to Include in an Appeal of an Order of Protection in Arizona

Posted on : March 13, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Parts of the Record to Include in an Appeal of an Order of Protection.

Parts of the Record to Include in an Appeal of an Order of Protection in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in a memorandum decision in the case of Chandler vs. Ellington addressed what portions of the record must be filed with the Arizona Court of Appeals when appealing an order granting an Order of […]

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When a Court in Arizona Does Not Have to Make Findings of Fact After a Child Custody Trial in Arizona

Posted on : March 8, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
When a Court in Arizona Does Not Have to Make Findings of Fact After a Child Custody Trial.

When a Court in Arizona Does Not Have to Make Findings of Fact After a Child Custody Trial in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in a memorandum decision in the case of Ervin vs. Mills had to address whether an Arizona court is required to make findings of fact after a child custody hearing […]

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Dismissal of Arizona Divorce Case in an International Divorce

Posted on : March 6, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Dismissal of Arizona Divorce Case in an International Divorce.

Dismissal of Arizona Divorce Case in an International Divorce Can there be a dismissal of Arizona divorce case in an international divorce? Well, the Arizona Court of Appeals answered that question in a memorandum decision in the case of Esquer vs. Ruiz. Ms. Esquer (“Wife”) appeals the superior court’s order dismissing her petition for dissolution […]

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When Can You Modify Child Support in Arizona

Posted on : March 6, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
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When Can You Modify Child Support in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals answered the question in a published opinion when can you modify child support in Arizona in the case of Birnstihl vs. Birnstihl. Ms. Birnstihl (“Mother”) appeals from the superior court’s order dismissing her petition to modify child support. We hold under the […]

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