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Collecting Attorney Fees on a Judgment in an Arizona Divorce

Posted on : November 8, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Collecting Attorney Fees on a Judgment in Arizona.

Collecting Attorney Fees on a Judgment in an Arizona Divorce It is a myth that you can automatically collect attorney fees and other collection costs after judgment. Because garnishments and other post-judgment collection remedies are purely statutory, Judgment Creditors may only collect additional attorney fees as allowed per a statute allowing them or a judgment […]

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Right of First Refusal Arizona

Posted on : November 7, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Right of First Refusal Arizona.

Right of First Refusal Arizona Right of First Refusal Clause in Arizona Parenting Plans The Right of First Refusal in Arizona appears in some parenting plans agreed upon by the parents or ordered by the court. The Right of First Refusal clause simply defines the rights of each parent when the other parent is not […]

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Types of Business Appraisals in an Arizona Divorce

Posted on : November 6, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Types of Business Appraisals in an Arizona Divorce.

Types of Business Appraisals in an Arizona Divorce A Calculation, Summary or Detailed Appraisal Report – What is the Difference? As a practicing appraiser, a question that I am regularly asked is “what is the difference in scope between a Calculated Value, a Summary Report, and a Detailed Report when determining what a business is […]

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Beneficiary Designations After Divorce in Arizona

Posted on : November 6, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Beneficiary Designations After Divorce in Arizona.

Beneficiary Designations After Divorce in Arizona The parties, in this case, include Plaintiff Ms. Lazar (“Lazar”), Mr. Kroncke (“Decedent”), and Mark Kroncke (“Kroncke”) the Decedent’s adult son. Lazar was married to the Decedent and they were living in Arizona when he established an individual retirement account (“IRA”) in 1992 with Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. […]

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Arizona Divorce and Division of Retirement Accounts

Posted on : November 6, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Arizona Divorce and Division of Retirement Accounts.

Arizona Divorce and Dividing Retirement Accounts There are three broad types of retirement plans; specifically, Defined Contribution Plans (both private and governmental), Private Defined Benefit Plans, and Government Defined Benefit Plans Many employers have multiple plans. For example, it is quite common for a publicly owned corporation to have both a traditional defined benefit plan […]

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Divorce and Refinancing a Mortgage in Arizona

Posted on : October 27, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Divorce and Refinancing a Mortgage in Arizona.

Divorce and Refinancing a Mortgage in Arizona Divorce is a stressful and complicated process which becomes more so when there is a home involved that has to either be sold or refinanced. Divorce and refinancing a mortgage in Arizona during a divorce is a common issue. The most important thing to accomplish prior to or […]

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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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