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Community Property and Annulment of Marriage in Arizona

Posted on : November 4, 2019
Community Property and Annulment of Marriage in Arizona
Community Property and Annulment of Marriage in Arizona Some people ask about the relationship between community property and the annulment of a marriage in Arizona. To address that question, the Arizona Court of Appeals, in the case of Hammett v. Hammett, decided an annulment of marriage results in the creation of community property. In that […]

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

Posted on : July 24, 2019
Valuing Goodwill of a Law Firm in an Arizona Divorce
Valuing Goodwill of a Law Firm in an Arizona Divorce If you or your spouse is an attorney going through a divorce, you will need to know the rules regarding 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 […]

Bank Accounts and Divorce in Arizona | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : February 6, 2019
Bank Accounts and Divorce in Arizona
Joint Bank Accounts and Divorce in Arizona We get a lot of questions about bank accounts and divorce in Arizona. Specifically, we are asked what they should do with their bank accounts both before they file for divorce or legal separation and after they file. One of the concerns raised is whether the other spouse […]

CSRS Benefits and Divorce in Arizona | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : October 2, 2018
CSRS Benefits and Divorce in Arizona
Division of CSRS Retirement in a Divorce in Arizona If you or your spouse is a federal employee and accumulating benefits in a Civil Service Retirement System there are some things you need to know about how those benefits may be divided in a divorce in Arizona. The first thing you need to know is […]

Disability Pay and Community Property in AZ | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : August 21, 2018
Disability Pay and Community Property in AZ
Is Disability Pay Community Property in Arizona? Disability Payments and Arizona Community Property Laws Arizona’s community property laws provide the rules about how spouses divide up property when they divorce or separate. Money earned during marriage by either of them – and property purchased with it — is termed community property and belongs equally to […]