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CSRS Benefits and Divorce in Arizona | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : October 2, 2018
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
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Are Disability Payments 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 a marriage by either of them – and property purchased with it — is termed community property and belongs equally […]

A Professional Practice and Divorce in AZ | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : August 14, 2018
Valuation of a Professional Practice in a Divorce in Arizona.
How is a Professional Practice Valued in an Arizona Divorce A divorce can be complicated. A divorce in Arizona can become substantially more complicated when one of the spouses has a professional practice. Attorneys, doctors, dentists, mental health professionals and the like may all have a professional practice that has a value. Some or all […]

Joining Third Party in an Arizona Divorce | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : August 6, 2018
Joining a Third Party into a Divorce in Arizona.
Joining Someone Other Than a Spouse to a Divorce Case in Arizona There are situations that arise in a divorce when you may need to join a third party in the divorce to ensure justice is done in the divorce. One such situation arose in the case of DiPasquale vs. DiPasquale. In the DiPasquale case, […]

AZ Rule 69 Agreement Contested Without Trial | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : August 6, 2018
A Hearing May Not Be Required to Contest a Rule 69 Agreement in Arizona.
Contesting a Rule 69 Agreement Without a Trial A rule 69 agreement in an Arizona divorce is created when the parties reach a settlement and either place the terms of that settlement in a written document or recite the terms of the parties’ agreement on the record in open court. Unfortunately, some people have second […]