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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
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
As long as you or your spouse has been a resident of Arizona for 90 days or more at the time of filing, you can get a divorce in Arizona. If you are in the military and serving overseas, Arizona … Continue reading
On March 27, 2011, someone wrote in to Dear Abby explaining that he wanted to mediate his divorce, and his wife told him if he wanted a divorce, he would need to get a lawyer. Abby, in her infinite wisdom … Continue reading
This Article is part of a two part series describing the process when I mediate a divorce matter in Arizona. The process is similar for other mediated family law cases where documents need to be filed with the Court. The … Continue reading
A divorce is initiated in Arizona when a party filed a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. The party who files the Petition is called the “Petitioner.” The other party is called the “Respondent.” The Petitioner has to serve the Respondent … Continue reading
I am a legal assistant for a law and mediation firm in Scottsdale Arizona, and I assist with family law matters. I have had a front row seat to observe the benefits of mediation, and the effect that costly and … Continue reading
There are a number of divorce laws in Arizona that the Court and parties are to rely on in the Arizona divorce process. There are statutes (called the “Arizona Revised Statutes” or “A.R.S.”), which are laws created by the Arizona … Continue reading
New Custody laws in Arizona have made significant changes. Continue reading