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Arizona Divorce Laws and Procedure

Arizona Divorce Laws and Procedure

arizona divorce lawGenerally, most people never want to have to interact with the justice and court system. This is never truer than in divorce proceedings.  This blogpost will provide an overview of Arizona of divorce and the different legal procedures.

Legally, divorce is called […]

What Happens if Someone Refuses to Sign Divorce Papers

What Happens if Someone Refuses to Sign Divorce Papers

what happens if someone refuses to sign divorce papersFor a marriage to end legally in Arizona, certain paperwork will have to be filed. Both of the spouses will need to sign the documents and submit them to court. Often, […]

Military Divorce in Arizona

Military Divorce in Arizona

military divorce in arizonaArizona military divorces come with their unique specifications and legislative challenges. Both state and federal laws apply, which makes these divorces different from the dissolution of civilian marriages in Arizona.

Arizona Military Divorce Proceedings

The filing requirements for a military divorce are similar […]

Facing Property Foreclosure in a Divorce

Facing Property Foreclosure in a Divorce

Facing a divorce and a foreclosure at the same time will test you but the truth of the matter is that many couples face such circumstances. An Arizona divorce, unless it’s an amicable one, can have serious financial consequences. You may think that the divorce proceedings themselves finalize […]

Can an Arizona Divorce Be Undone?

Can an Arizona Divorce Be Undone?

A divorce is a final sentence that marks the end of a marriage. This is why you have to take the decision seriously. States like Arizona have additional measures aimed at reducing the risk of regrets. There’s a 60-day waiting period, giving couples a chance to cool off and think […]

The Specifics of Getting an International Divorce in Arizona

The Specifics of Getting an International Divorce in Arizona

Divorce procedures are not always straightforward. More often than not, some complication will pop up to delay the finalization of the separation. If you live in Arizona but your spouse lives somewhere else in the world, you will have to deal with an array of challenges. Obtaining an […]

How to Restore a Former Name After an Arizona Divorce

How to Restore a Former Name after an Arizona Divorce

So many little considerations and changes will occur in the aftermath of a divorce. While handling the biggest issues, you will also have to take care of smaller tasks. Changing your name after a divorce is one of these essentials. The completion of several simple steps is […]

What are the Arizona Divorce Laws?

What Are The Arizona Divorce Laws?

In Arizona, divorce is referred to as a dissolution of marriage. To file for dissolution of marriage, one of the two parties must have lived in the state or be stationed in the state with the Armed Forces for at least 90 days before filing the petition to end the […]

Can You Change Judges in Your Arizona Divorce?

Can You Change Judges in Your Arizona Divorce?

Requesting a new judge in a family law case – is that possible in Arizona? In Arizona, to change judges is a matter of grace. Rule 42(f)(1) from the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure, for example, allows either party in divorce proceedings to request a magistrate change. This […]

Everything You Need to Know Re No Fault Divorce in Arizona

Everything You Need to Know about No Fault Divorce in Arizona

Legislature pertaining to divorce and proving blame/responsibility for the end of the partnership varies from state to state. Arizona is one of the places in the US that have no-fault regulations. This means that spouses don’t have to prove blame or […]

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