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Understanding Limitations: Exclusions in Prenuptial Agreements in Arizona

In a prenuptial agreement, married couples decide certain issues about their property in advance. In Arizona, prenuptial agreements are legally binding and protect both spouses. Prenuptial agreements can be viewed as a prelude to marriage. The purpose of this document is to demarcate your existing…
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Unveiling the Risks: Hiding Assets in Arizona Divorce Proceedings

It is not uncommon for divorce to be stressful and contentious, especially when divorcing spouses have substantial assets. According to Arizona's divorce laws, both spouses must equally and fairly divide all assets, debts, and property acquired during the marriage. During a divorce, some spouses hide…
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Getting a Divorce: Who Gets to Keep the House?

In a divorce, a couple's property is also divided. Family homes are usually one of their significant assets, which must be sold or allocated between the spouses. When deciding who gets the house during a divorce in Arizona, your Prescott divorce attorney, Willison Law, PC,…
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Annulment Vs. Divorce

While Arizona marriage annulments are rare, they can be obtained if the required legal grounds exist. Most couples file for divorce because annulment is not an option for them. What is an Annulment? Annulment is based on the theory that the marriage was never valid.…
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How to Achieve an Amicable Divorce

According to the online version of the Cambridge English Dictionary, amicable means "friendly and without unpleasant arguments, or (of decisions and agreements) reached with friendly attitudes." When a divorce is amicable, there is no litigation involved. Litigation occurs when spouses disagree on the result and…
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