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If you were served with a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage or a Petition for Legal Separation (hereinafter “Petition”), ignoring it may result in unfair or otherwise undesirable orders. If you fail to formerly respond to the Petition within 20 … Continue reading
I recently saw an article with a similar title as the one above and decided to put in my two cents on the topic. As a long time Arizona attorney and mediator, I have gotten to see the range of … Continue reading
When in an Arizona divorce, it is very important to plan the transfer of property between spouses very carefully. In most cases, no taxable income is recognized on the transfer of property such as stocks and real estate between spouses. … Continue reading
Between 1990 and 2007, there has been an 85 percent increase in the number of cohabitating but unmarried couples. U.S. Census Bureau. “America’s Families and Living Arrangements: 2007.” When embarking on a cohabitation relationship, many people do not realize that … Continue reading
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You are experiencing conflict, and you do not know what to do about it, so you do nothing. It is common and all too easy to acclimate to bad conditions – so much so that you forget what it is … Continue reading
You have decided to avoid the Arizona Divorce Process of going to court. Now what? All parties to a dispute must agree to mediate, as it is a voluntary process in Arizona, in most cases. Therefore, your goal is now … Continue reading