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Community Lien in Arizona

Posted on : October 10, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Community Lien in Arizona

Community Lien in Arizona The Arizona appellate court in the matter of Rowe v. Rowe was faced with an appeal concerning the characterization of a business as Jack’s sole and separate property or the parties’ community property, as well as the correct valuation methodology to use to value that business or any community lien attaching […]

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Can Creditors Put a Lien on Joint Tenancy Property

Posted on : August 8, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Can Creditors Put a Lien on Joint Tenancy Property

Can Creditors Put a Lien on Joint Tenancy Property? In Arizona, property acquired by spouses during marriage is usually presumed to be community property. But, is this the case when a married couple holds property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship? In re MURIN, Debtor, 283 B.R. 588 (2002), the Bankruptcy Court addressed […]

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