How to Obtain a Divorce After a Decree of Legal Separation Has Been Issued


If the court has already issued a final Decree of Legal Separation and one of the parties wishes to obtain a divorce later, a new initial Petition for Dissolution of Marriage would need to be filed using the same case number as the legal separation case. You would need to notify the Court in that petition that a Decree of Legal Separation was previously issued and that you now wish to dissolve the marriage.

How to Obtain a Divorce After a Decree of Legal Separation Has Been Issued.

How to Obtain a Divorce After a Decree of Legal Separation Has Been Issued.

Contact Our Scottsdale and Phoenix Arizona Legal Separation Attorneys

If you are in need of a legal separation lawyer in Scottsdale and Phoenix Arizona, the family law firm of Hildebrand Law, PC is only a phone call away. Our attorneys handle all types of legal separation cases in Arizona. Please call (480)947-4339 if you wish to speak with our Arizona legal separation lawyers or have additional questions regarding Arizona legal separation laws.