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How Arizona Community Property Law Treats Inheritances

Arizona is among the U.S. states with community property laws. This means that, in general, all property acquired by either spouse during a marriage is considered jointly owned by both Read More

The Impact of Wasteful Dissipation in Arizona Divorces

Arizona's divorce laws prioritize a fair and consistent approach to spousal maintenance (alimony) and property division. While recent updates have removed marital fault as a factor in awarding spousal maintenance, Read More

Dividing Your 401(k) in an Arizona Divorce

A 401(k) is a retirement savings account offered by many employers in the United States. It allows employees to contribute a portion of their salary before taxes, sometimes with the Read More

The Effect of a Preliminary Injunction in a Divorce

One of the most contentious issues in a divorce is property division. This process might seem to be automatic, since Arizona’s community property law deems all property acquired during a Read More

Who Gets the House in an Arizona Divorce?

Arizona is a community property state, which means that generally, assets acquired during the marriage are considered jointly owned by both spouses. As a result, this property is equally distributed Read More

How Arizona Divides Community Property in a Divorce

Arizona is one of nine U.S. states that considers all of a married couple’s assets to be community property. This means that all income and property acquired by either spouse Read More

When Is a Postnuptial Agreement Valid in Arizona?

Sometimes during the course of a marriage, concerns arise between spouses about how their financial assets would be divided in the event of a divorce. For couples who did not Read More

Why Choose Legal Separation Instead of Divorce?

Divorce is not the only option for married couples with irreconcilable differences. Another choice is legal separation, which allows for spouses to live apart under a court decree that governs Read More

What a Prenuptial Agreement Means for Marriage and Divorce

A prenuptial agreement may seem antithetical to what marriage is supposed to be about: love and commitment. But having an agreement in place serves a salutary purpose: deciding in advance Read More

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