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Who Qualifies for Spousal Maintenance in Arizona

Posted on : December 29, 2021
Who Qualifies for Spousal Maintenance in Arizona
Who Qualifies for Spousal Maintenance in Arizona An important question we have been asked is who qualifies for spousal maintenance in Arizona. Arizona revised statute section 25-319(A) provides the five reasons a court may consider qualifies a person to be “eligible” to receive spousal maintenance in Arizona. We placed the word “eligible” in quotations because […]

Attributing Income for Spousal Support in Arizona

Posted on : December 2, 2019
attributing income for spousal support in arizona
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 […]

Credit for Direct Payments of Support in AZ | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : August 6, 2018
Credit for Direct Payments of Support in AZ
How to Get Credit for Direct Payments of Family Support in Arizona Most people are ordered to pay their child support and/or spousal maintenance through the Support Clearinghouse. The Support Clearinghouse, likewise, keeps track of all of those payments to make it easier for courts to track whether a person has paid all of their […]

Law of the Case Doctrine in a Divorce in Arizona | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : January 30, 2018
What is the Law of the Case in a Divorce in Arizona.
What is the Law of the Case Doctrine in a Divorce in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in the case of Durrant vs. Durrant had to, among other issues, deal with the legal principle known as the Law of the Case Doctrine in an Arizona divorce. In that case, Taylor Durrant (Father) appeals the […]

Defenses to Non-Modifiable Spousal Maintenance in Arizona

Posted on : October 24, 2017
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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