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Divorcing Retirees Face Unique Challenges

Divorce is stressful at any age, and each stage in life brings with it an assortment of joys and challenges. When a divorce coincides with retirement, there are some issues that can make it particularly difficult. Balancing finances and retirement If your divorce is occurring while you are nearing retirement, you may be concerned that Read More

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Dividing Student Loan and Other Debt Upon Divorce

Arizona is one of nine community property states in the country. The state’s community property statute states that virtually all assets, including real estate holdings, investments, cash and savings, are divided equally upon divorce. This law applies to debt as well. Student loan debt that benefits only one spouse While the division of community debt Read More

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Parents Disagree on School Choice — Now What?

Earlier this year the Arizona Court of Appeals upheld a decision to continue to fund the state’s innovative Arizona Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) program. The ESA enables families who meet certain conditions to choose alternative and supplementary educational opportunities for their children at very little cost.  The ESA provides a voucher for up to 90 Read More

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Why Do I Need A Divorce Attorney?

You can file for a simple divorce in Arizona without an attorney. If you have no shared assets, no children and no intention of asking for spousal support, there is probably no need for you to hire a lawyer. However, most divorcing couples do not meet these requirements. If you are getting divorced, it is Read More

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What is an Arizona Covenant Marriage?

In an Arizona covenant marriage, couples form more stringent agreements about their marriage being a commitment for life. A family law attorney in Tucson, Arizona can help you understand your obligations under a covenant marriage and if you decide to end the marriage, work with you to obtain a divorce. Arizona Revised Statutes on Covenant Read More

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