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Can Visitation With a Child Be Reduced Without Prior Notice | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Posted on : April 24, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand

Can Visitation With a Child Be Reduced Without Prior Notice in Arizona The Short Answer The short answer is “no” with one pretty major exception. The Arizona Court of Appeals in the case of Contreras v. Bourke ruled that parenting time cannot be reduced without the parent receiving proper notice that his or her parenting […]

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Turning the Tables on Alimony | WNBA Star Candace Parker Pays $400K in Alimony | Voted “Best of The Valley”

Posted on : April 17, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
WNBA Star Candace Parker Pays $400K in Alimony.

NBA Star Candace Parker Pays $400K in Alimony to her Former Husband Candace Parker of the Los Angeles Sparks pays NBA player, Shelden Williams, $400,000.00 for alimony in the couple’s settlement of their divorce case, according to a report from TMZ Sports. The parties agreed on the division of their assets, including their California home. […]

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The Importance of Title Searches on the Marital Home During a Divorce in Arizona | Voted “Best of The Valley”

Posted on : April 3, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
The Importance of Title Searches on the Marital Home During a Divorce in Arizona.

The Importance of Title Searches on the Marital Home During a Divorce in Arizona We want to share with you the importance of title searches on the marital home during a divorce in Arizona. Arizona is unlike several other states in many ways: We do not change our time with daylight savings time, we are […]

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Domicile and Residency Rules in an Arizona Divorce | Voted “Best of The Valley”

Posted on : April 3, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Domicile and Residency Rules in an Arizona Divorce.

Domicile and Residency Rules in an Arizona Divorce The Short Answer The answer to the residency requirements to file a divorce in Arizona is that you have to be a resident of Arizona for at least 90 days prior to filing for divorce. The answer gets a bit more complicated if the spouse filing for […]

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