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Advantages of Digital Privacy Clauses in Prenuptial Agreements | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : February 21, 2018
Advantages of Digital Privacy Clauses in Prenuptial Agreements
Advantages of Digital Privacy Clauses in Prenuptial Agreements Getting married is like entering into a business relationship.  Marriages mean there are deals to strike and compromises to make. But, unlike a business relationship that one can leave behind at 5:00, marriage is 24 hours a day. Though we hope for the best, it is best […]

When You Should File for Bankruptcy Before a Divorce in Arizona

Posted on : February 21, 2018
When You Should File for Bankruptcy Before a Divorce in Arizona Financial issues are one of the top reasons for divorce in the United States. If you are headed towards filing for bankruptcy and divorce, you may be wondering which to begin with. Financial pressures don’t always resolve when you get divorced, it is likely […]

Modify Foreign Country Support Order in AZ | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : February 6, 2018
Does a Child Support Order From Another Country Prevent an Arizona Court From Issuing a Child Support Order.
Does a Child Support Order From Another Country Prevent an Arizona Court From Issuing a Child Support Order The Arizona Court of Appeals in a memorandum decision in the case of Navarro vs. Garcia had to address whether an Arizona court could issue a child support order when a child support order may have been […]

Child Custody and Criminal Records in Arizona

Posted on : January 21, 2018
Custody of Children With a Criminal Record in Arizona It can be devastating to have a criminal record. The repercussions could impact the rest of your life and may mean you will have to face hefty fines and jail time. You may lose certain rights such as the ability to vote and it may even […]

Divorcing an Abusive Spouse in Arizona | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : December 6, 2017
Process of Getting Divorce in Arizona from an Abusive Spouse.
Process of Getting Divorce in Arizona from an Abusive Spouse Domestic violence is estimated to affect the lives of about four million people around the globe every year. A majority of the abused population are women while its impact ripples to millions of surrounding people including their children, friends, relatives, and even employers. Many of […]
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