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Omitted Assets in an Arizona Divorce Decree | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : December 22, 2015, By:  Chris Hildebrand
Omitted Assets in an Arizona Divorce Decree

Omitted Assets in an Arizona Divorce Decree A divorce decree in Arizona is intended to divide all community property between the spouses. So, what happens to omitted assets in an Arizona divorce decree. Often a “catch-all” provision in the decree states that all property in the physical possession of each spouse belongs to that spouse. In […]

Posted in : Arizona Community Property Laws

When Separate Property is Used to Buy Community Property in Arizona

Posted on : December 22, 2015, By:  Chris Hildebrand
Separate Property is Used to Buy Community Property

What Happens When Separate Property is Used to Buy Community Property in Arizona Some people have asked what happens when separate property is used to buy community property in Arizona. Luckily, the Arizona Court of Appeals answered that question in the case of In Re Marriage of Inboden. In Arizona, a divorce court must divide […]

Posted in : Arizona Community Property Laws

Division of Military Retirement and Disability Payments in an Arizona Divorce

Posted on : December 22, 2015, By:  Chris Hildebrand
Effect of CDRP on Alimony in Arizona

Division of Military Retirement and Disability Payments in an Arizona Divorce Questions sometimes arise about the division of military retirement and disability payments in an Arizona divorce. Well, the Arizona Court of Appeals provided an answer to that issue in the case of Howell v. Howell. We are going to talk to you about that […]

Posted in : Arizona Community Property Laws

Sole and Separate Funds Used to Buy a House in Arizona

Posted on : December 20, 2015, By:  Chris Hildebrand
Sole and Separate Property Used to Buy House in Arizona

Sole and Separate Funds Used to Buy House in Arizona Problems can arise when a spouse uses sole and separate funds to buy a house in Arizona. In Arizona, a divorce court must divide a home that is marital property equitably, which means equally absent other factors. However, a court can fashion an equitable division […]

Posted in : Arizona Community Property Laws