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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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Unpaid Spousal Maintenance in Arizona: Legal Steps for Resolution

Spousal Maintenance (Alimony) payments can fall behind for a variety of reasons. It's possible that the spouse paying spousal maintenance ("paying spouse") lost his or her job or suffered medical problems that impede his or her ability to work. There is also the possibility that…
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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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My Spouse Just Asked for a Divorce. What Do I Do?

Perhaps you saw it coming, or maybe you didn't. It's never easy to hear your spouse say out loud: "I want a divorce." What you do next matters for your finances, mental health, and children. A Prescott divorce attorney can help you take control of…
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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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Do I Have to Go to Court for a Divorce?

When filing for divorce in Arizona, it is common to believe that a court appearance is required. Getting your case heard in court doesn't have to be a long, costly process—quite the contrary. We can file several types of divorce documents so that you never…
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Can I Move Out of State with My Kids After a Divorce?

It is common for one parent to move to a new city or state after a divorce. There may be a new job, a new spouse, or a chance to start over. Regardless of the reason, a parent's move will affect custody in a significant…
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Understanding Grandparents’ Visitation Rights in Arizona: Legal Insights

A grandparent's love, support, and guidance can make a huge difference in the lives of their grandchildren. There are situations, however, where grandparents can find their relationships with their grandchildren interrupted or even severed. The law in Arizona allows grandparents to maintain contact with their…
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How is Child Custody Decided?

Determining child custody is the most important and challenging aspect of separating or divorcing parents. Child custody refers to the parent’s rights and responsibilities regarding the care of their children. Both parents often have different opinions on what is best for their children regarding custody…
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Understanding the Top Reasons Why Marriages End in Divorce in Arizona

Researchers have long examined what causes divorce. Divorce rates have been examined based on easily measurable factors like marital age. However, some researchers have gone directly to the source, asking divorced people why they think their marriages ended. Study participants ranked the top six causes…
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