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Hearing Required Before Declining Child Custody Jurisdiction in Arizona | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Posted on : June 26, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Hearing Required Before Declining Child Custody Jurisdiction in Arizona.

Hearing Required Before Declining Child Custody Jurisdiction in Arizona The Short Answer In Arizona, the Due Process Clause of the Constitution requires an Arizona judge to hold a hearing to allow the parties to present evidence as to whether an Arizona judge should decline to exercise continuing and exclusive child custody jurisdiction before declining to […]

Posted in : Arizona Child Custody Laws

Waiver of Spousal Maintenance in Arizona | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Posted on : June 21, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Waiver of Spousal Maintenance in Arizona.

Waiver of Spousal Maintenance in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in a Memorandum Decision in the case of Morrow vs. Morrow had to address whether spousal maintenance payments in Arizona can be waived by the person ordered to receive those alimony payments. The following constitutes the Arizona Court of Appeals decision on waiver of […]

Posted in : Arizona Alimony and Spousal Maintenance

Filing a Late Objection to Child Relocation Notice in Arizona | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Posted on : June 6, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Filing a Late Objection to Child Relocation Notice in Arizona.

Filing a Late Objection to Child Relocation Notice in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in a memorandum decision in the case of Jurgens vs. Jurgens addressed whether an Arizona trial court may set a hearing to allow a parent to object to the other parent’s relocation of a child when he filed a late […]

Posted in : Arizona Child Custody Laws

Increased Ratio of Divorce and Role of Attorney | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Posted on : June 4, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Increased Ratio of Divorce and Role of Attorney.

Increased Ratio Of Divorce And Role Of Attorney  Why is Divorce common? In the 90s the rate of divorce was too low it was average 5 percent and for appeal of divorce there must be valid reason like cruelty, abandonment, trust-issues and some other reasons and in present time divorce average rate is above 50 […]

Posted in : Arizona Divorce Laws

Division of Deferred Retirement Option Plans in an Arizona Divorce | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Posted on : May 30, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Division of Deferred Retirement Option Plans in an Arizona Divorce.

Division of Deferred Retirement Option Plans in an Arizona Divorce Do you have questions about the division of Deferred Retirement Option Plans in an Arizona divorce? Well, the Arizona Court of Appeals in the memorandum decisions of Lambert vs. Sheets issued a ruling on whether an Arizona Deferred Retirement Option Plan, also know as the […]

Posted in : Arizona Community Property Laws