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Spouse Controls The Money. Need Cash To Get Through Divorce?

Both spouses have a legal right to equal possession of any and all community liquid resources.  This is true regardless of which spouse has logistical control of a given account.  In other words, if one spouse places money earned from work during the marriage into an...

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How To File For Divorce Without An Attorney.

I have included a link to the Maricopa County Superior Court’s website, which has free forms and instructions for filing a divorce without an attorney: The form...

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I was served with divorce papers today. Now what?

From a procedural standpoint, here is what one needs to know: The Summons and Petition should have been served along with a number of other documents. The Petition for Dissolution of Marriage is the only document that requires a formal written response (unless the...

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How Do I Get My Maiden Name Back In A Divorce

One of the things that a divorcing wife can ask of the court is to change her last name back to her maiden name. This choice is completely up to the wife and the husband has no say in it either way. If she wants her maiden name restored, she should request this in the...

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How Long Does It Take To Get Divorced In Arizona?

How Long Does It Take To Get Divorced In Arizona?

In Arizona there is a sixty day waiting period (from the date of service of the petition) that must expire before a final order of divorce may be entered. A.R.S. § 25-329 . So it is simply not possible to complete a divorce case in less than 60 days. Beyond that,...

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How Long Does It Take To Get Divorced In Arizona?

Minor Children Can Create Special Jurisdictional Requirements

In order for an Arizona Court to enter enforceable orders relating to minor children (parenting time, legal decision making (custody), etc.), the Arizona Court must have jurisdiction over the child. To determine whether or not Arizona courts have jurisdiction over...

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