Arizona Community Property Attorneys

Community Property Attorneys in Arizona

Are you searching for the best Arizona community property attorneys for your Arizona divorce case? Our experienced divorce attorneys have over 100 years of combined experience in handling simple to complex divisions of community property in Arizona divorce cases.

Arizona Community Property Attorneys.

Arizona Community Property Attorneys.

The division of community property can be complicated; particularly if you have commingled separate property with community property, a community lien has been created against separate property, or title in which property is held does not make clear whether you or your spouse intended a piece of property to be owned by the community or as one spouse’s sole and separate property.

Simple to Complex Arizona Community Property Issues

Our community property attorneys have worked on simple community property cases to high asset divorce in Arizona well over 100 million dollars in community property. It is imperative you have an experienced attorney who understands the appraisal processes pertaining to real estate, commercial property, and businesses.

In Arizona, there is a presumption that everything acquired during a marriage, expect inheritances and gifts, is community property. That presumption may only be overcome by evidence that is clear and convincing to your judge. Understanding that burden of proof is the first critical step in evaluating your community and separate property rights in Arizona. The judge in your case is also required to effectuate a fair and equitable division of your community property and to award to each spouse his or her sole and separate property.

Hildebrand Law, PC | Voted Best of Our Valley in Arizona Foothills Magazine.

Hildebrand Law, PC | Voted Best of Our Valley in Arizona Foothills Magazine.

Simple to Complex Arizona Separate Property Issues

If sole and separate assets have been mixed with community assets, you will need an attorney experienced with financial experts to determine if those sole and separate funds can be traced and returned to the spouse owning that asset. Problems also occur when one spouse signs a Disclaimer Deed or Quit Claim Deed transferring ownership of a house to the other spouse. You need an attorney who understands the arguments to resolve these disputes.

Call the community property attorneys at Hildebrand Law, PC at (480)305-8300 today to speak to one of our experienced Arizona community property attorneys.


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