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Appealing an Arbitration Award in a Divorce in Arizona | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : July 25, 2019, By:  Chris Hildebrand
Appealing an Arbitration Award in an Arizona Divorce.

Appealing an Arbitration Award in a Divorce in Arizona Arbitration can be a useful strategy to use in your family law case.  When used appropriately, it can provide a cost-effective and speedy resolution to a dispute.  What happens, however, if one of the parties is disappointed with an arbitrator’s decision?  That is what the Arizona […]

Posted in : Arizona Divorce Laws

Valuing Goodwill of a Law Firm in an Arizona Divorce | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : July 24, 2019, By:  Chris Hildebrand
Valuing the Goodwill of a Law Firm in an Arizona Divorce.

Valuing Goodwill of a Law Firm in an Arizona Divorce Goodwill is an intangible asset that can be defined as an advantage a business has as a result of its reputation.  Valuing goodwill can be tricky due to its intangible nature.  In its published opinion in Walsh v. Walsh, 230 Ariz. 486 (App. 2012), the […]

Posted in : Arizona Community Property Laws

What Happens to Embryos in a Divorce in Arizona | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : July 22, 2019, By:  Chris Hildebrand
What Happens to Embryos in a Divorce in Arizona?

Embryos in a Divorce in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals, in its published opinion in Terrel v. Torres, — P.3d—, Ariz.App. (2019), had to consider what to do with frozen embryos in a divorce when the parties had signed an in vitro fertilization agreement but disagreed on the interpretation of the terms. Before their […]

Posted in : Arizona Child Custody Laws

Taking Children’s Social Security Benefits in Arizona | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : July 22, 2019, By:  Chris Hildebrand
Taking Children's Social Security Benefits in Arizona

Misappropriating Children’s Social Security Benefits in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in the published decision in Peace v. Peace decided an Arizona court’s authority when a parent misappropriates or wrongfully takes social security benefits paid for the benefit of children. In the Peace case, Mother had primary custody of the children. Despite that fact, […]

Posted in : Arizona Child Support Laws

Five Things to Do to Prepare for Divorce Mediation in Arizona

Posted on : July 18, 2019, By:  Chris Hildebrand
Divorce Mediation in Arizona and Why You Need It.

Five Things to Do to Prepare for Divorce Mediation in Arizona Divorce mediation occurs when neither party can come to an agreement on how to dissolve a marriage properly and which also requires the assistance of a third party. Divorce mediation sometimes may be a long, tiresome and boring process. However, it can be a […]

Posted in : Arizona Divorce Laws