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Fraudulent Conveyance and Joinder of a Party in an Arizona Divorce | Voted “Best of The Valley”

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 Short Answer The short answer to whether you have to join a third party in a divorce in Arizona when you are accusing your spouse of transferring marital property to that third person in a fraudulent act to deprive you of that marital […]

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Can an Arizona Divorce Court Allow Service by Email | Voted “Best of The Valley”

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 The Short Answer What happens when you cannot get divorce papers served on your spouse. The short answer is the court can issue an order allowing you to serve your spouse in any way calculated to ensure […]

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Can You Lodge a Consent Decree in Arizona | Voted “Best of The Valley”

Posted on : March 20, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
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Can You Lodge a Consent Decree in Arizona The Short Answer The short answer to the question of whether you can lodge a Consent Decree when the other party will not sign it is, no, you cannot lodge a Consent Decree when the other spouse will not sign it because the rule requires both parties […]

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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 Short Answer Sometimes one spouse ends up with more of the property, in terms of the value of the property, in a divorce in Arizona. The be fair and equitable to both spouses, a judge has the authority to order one spouse to make equalization payments to the […]

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Sanctions for Filing Frivolous Pleadings in an Arizona Divorce | Voted “Best of The Valley”

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 Short Answer A frivilous pleading in an Arizona divorce is anything filed with the court that has no factual support, is contrary to law, or both and is a ground for the court to issue sanctions for filing frivlous pleadings in an Arizona divorce case. […]

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Filing a Late Application for Attorney Fees in an Arizona Family Law Case | Voted “Best of The Valley”

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 Short Answer The short answer to the question of what happens when a party in a divorce in Arizona files his or her application for attorney fees late is that the judge still has the discretion to allow it and rule […]

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Parts of the Record to Include in an Appeal of an Order of Protection in Arizona | Voted “Best of The Valley”

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 Short Answer The short answer to the question of what parts of the record to include in an appeal of an order of protection is that you should provide the entire record, including the entire court transcript from […]

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When a Court in Arizona Does Not Have to Make Findings of Fact After a Child Custody Trial in Arizona | Voted “Best of The Valley”

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 Short Answer In Arizona, a judge is almost always required to make certain findings of fact of the relevant child custody factors after a child custody trial. However, if the judge, after trial, concludes […]

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Dismissal of Arizona Divorce Case in an International Divorce | Voted “Best of The Valley”

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 The Short Answer The answer to the question of whether a judge in Arizona can order the dismissal of a divorce case when a divorce has already been filed in another country is that a judge in Arizona can order the dismissal of a divorce in […]

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When Can You Modify Child Support in Arizona | Voted “Best of The Valley”

Posted on : March 6, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
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When Can You Modify Child Support in Arizona The Short Answer The short answer to the question when can you modify child support in Arizona is anytime the child support amount is at least 15% greater or lower than the existing child support order even if there are no other changes to the parents’ income […]

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