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Increased Ratio of Divorce and Role of Attorney | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Posted on : June 4, 2018
Increased Ratio of Divorce and Role of Attorney.
Increased Ratio Of Divorce And Role Of Attorney  Why is Divorce common? In the 90s the rate of divorce was too low it was average 5 percent and for appeal of divorce there must be valid reason like cruelty, abandonment, trust-issues and some other reasons and in present time divorce average rate is above 50 […]

Effect of Filing an Affidavit of Financial Information With the Court in Arizona | Voted “Best of The Valley”

Posted on : May 10, 2018
Effect of Filing an Affidavit of Financial Information With the Court in Arizona.
Effect of Filing an Affidavit of Financial Information With the Court in Arizona The Short Answer The short answer to the question of what is the effect of filing an Affidavit of Financial Information with the court is that the document has no evidentiary value and you still must been the evidentiary requirements to move […]

Divorce Sucks: Deciding to Divorce in Arizona | Voted “Best of The Valley”

Posted on : May 8, 2018
Divorce Sucks: Deciding to Divorce in Arizona.
Deciding to Divorce in Arizona The Short Answer The short answer to how to decide to file for divorce in Arizona is to take assessment of your core values, analyze the effect your divorce will have on you, your children, and your friends and family and to determine the level of dysfunction exists in your […]

Domicile and Residency Rules in an Arizona Divorce | Voted “Best of The Valley”

Posted on : April 3, 2018
Domicile and Residency Rules in an Arizona Divorce.
Domicile and Residency Rules in an Arizona Divorce The Short Answer The answer to the residency requirements to file a divorce in Arizona is that you have to be a resident of Arizona for at least 90 days prior to filing for divorce. The answer gets a bit more complicated if the spouse filing for […]

Can You Lodge a Consent Decree in Arizona | Voted “Best of The Valley”

Posted on : March 20, 2018
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Can You Lodge a Consent Decree in Arizona The Short Answer The short answer to the question of whether you can lodge a Consent Decree when the other party will not sign it is, no, you cannot lodge a Consent Decree when the other spouse will not sign it because the rule requires both parties […]