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Sanctions for Filing Documents in an AZ Divorce | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : March 15, 2018
Sanctions for Filing Frivolous Pleadings in an Arizona Divorce.
Sanctions for Filing Frivolous Pleadings in an Arizona Divorce The Short Answer A frivolous pleading in an Arizona divorce is anything filed with the court that has no factual support, is contrary to law, or both and is a ground for the court to issue sanctions for filing frivolous pleadings in an Arizona divorce case. […]

Filing Late Application for Attorney Fees in AZ | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : March 13, 2018
FIling a Late Application for Attorney Fees in an Arizona Family Law Case.
Filing a Late Application for Attorney Fees in an Arizona Family Law Case The Short Answer The short answer to the question of what happens when a party in a divorce in Arizona files his or her application for attorney fees late is that the judge still has the discretion to allow it and rule […]

Sanctions in an Arizona Family Law Case | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : January 31, 2018
Mandatory Sanctions in an Arizona Family Law Case.
Mandatory Sanctions in an Arizona Family Law Case The Arizona Court of appeals in the case of Grow vs. Grow addressed in a memorandum decision the issue of mandatory sanctions in an Arizona family law case. The trial court dismissed Jared Robert Grow (father)’s petition to enforce court-ordered child care but denied Jennifer Marie Grow […]

Attorney Fees on a Judgment in a Divorce in AZ | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : November 8, 2017
Collecting Attorney Fees on a Judgment in Arizona.
Collecting Attorney Fees on a Judgment in an Arizona Divorce It is a myth that you can automatically collect attorney fees and other collection costs after judgment. Because garnishments and other post-judgment collection remedies are purely statutory, Judgment Creditors may only collect additional attorney fees as allowed per a statute allowing them or a judgment […]

Judgment For Separate Property in AZ Divorce | Hildebrand Law

Posted on : February 29, 2016
Theft of Separate Property in a Divorce in Arizona
Judgment for Separate Property Stolen During Marriage in Arizona A judge in Arizona is required to fairly divide all of the parties’ community property and to assign to each party any sole and separate property owned by each spouse.  What happens when one spouse claims the other spouse stole his or her separate property?  Well, […]