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Fraudulent Quit Claim Deed Is Ineffective in an Arizona Divorce

Posted on : August 9, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Fraudulent Quit Claim Deed is Ineffective in an Arizona Divorce

Fraudulent Quit Claim Deed is Ineffective in an Arizona Divorce In Arizona, a spouse signing over property by quitclaim generally gives up all interest in it. However, that isn’t always the case. In Armer v. Armer, 463 P.2d 818 (1970), the Arizona Supreme Court considered several quitclaim deeds a spouse signed. It reviewed each to […]

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Valuation of Stock Holdings & Interest on Debt in Arizona

Posted on : July 19, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Valuation of Stock Holdings and Interest on Debt in Arizona

Valuation of Stock Holdings & Interest on Debt in Arizona In McCune v. McCune, 586 P. 2d 651 (1978), the Court considered whether a Trial Court had followed its instructions. The case involved a valuation of a divorcing wife’s share of a business run by her husband. Facts of the Case Mrs. McCune and Mr. […]

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