Dustin T. Dudley, PLLC
1850 N. Central Avenue,
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Areas of Focus
Child Support & Custody
Arizona has established a special type of marriage called a “covenant marriage. ” Parties who have entered into covenant marriages must satisfy much more strict requirements to be divorced. A list of acceptable grounds for the dissolution of a covenant marriage are...
A.R.S. § 25-312(1) requires that at least one of the two parties to a divorce must have been domiciled or residing within the state of Arizona for a minimum of 90 days before filing a petition for dissolution of marriage in order to be divorced within the State of...
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The person who decides to file for divorce (“Petitioner”) is required to pay a filing fee to the Clerk of Court in the amount of $341. The other party to the divorce (“Respondent”) is required to pay a filing fee in the amount of $270. After the filing the initial...
Divorce is complicated, stressful and emotional. Divorcing parties almost never truly understand how assets and debts are divided under Arizona Law. Much less how the Court handles child custody (which is actually legal decision making authority), parenting time,...