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Slip and Fall Rates at Work 2018-2019

Posted on : January 21, 2020, By:  Chris Hildebrand
Slip and Fall Accidents

Slip and Fall Rates at Work 2018-2019 Trips are defined as occurrences caused when an obstruction that catches the foot of a worker and causes a stumble forward. Slips occur when individuals slide, causing them to lose their balance. Falls happen when individuals descend by the force of gravity from any surface over four inches […]

Posted in : Arizona Divorce Laws

Arizona Order of Protection From a Spouse’s Abusive Child

Posted on : January 16, 2020, By:  Chris Hildebrand
Arizona Order Of Protection From a Spouse's Abusive Child

Arizona Order of Protection From a Spouse’s Abusive Child Mother and Father share joint legal custody of their biological daughter. Mother filed for an order of protection against Father when she became aware that her 14-year-old step-son was sexually abusing her daughter. Mother’s sole claim is that Father was aware of the abuse and failed […]

Posted in : Protective Order Law

Attributing Income for Spousal Support in Arizona

Posted on : December 2, 2019, By:  Chris Hildebrand

Attributing Income for Spousal Support in Arizona We want to talk to you about attributing income for spousal support in Arizona. A court may, in some cases, decide to attribute income in a spousal maintenance case if the court feels a person is unemployed or underemployed in an Arizona divorce. In its published decision in […]

Posted in : Arizona Alimony Laws

The Relationship Between Child Support and Debts in Arizona

Posted on : November 24, 2019, By:  admin

The Relationship Between Child Support and Debts in Arizona Some people have asked about the relationship between child support and debts in Arizona. Well, the Arizona Court of Appeals answered that question in the case of Jorgenson v. Jorgenson. The Arizona Court of Appeals examined whether a custodial parent remarrying and/or obtaining new employment resulting […]

Posted in : Arizona Child Support Laws

Community Property and Annulment of Marriage in Arizona

Posted on : November 4, 2019, By:  Chris Hildebrand

Community Property and Annulment of Marriage in Arizona Some people ask about the relationship between community property and the annulment of a marriage in Arizona. To address that question, the Arizona Court of Appeals, in the case of Hammett v. Hammett, decided an annulment of marriage results in the creation of community property. In that […]

Posted in : Arizona Community Property Laws