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Things You Should Know About Divorce in Arizona

Things You Should Know About Divorce in Arizona

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Comments:

On 7/27/07
Patty said
How can a 17yrs married unemployed mother of 5 get legal help in this state.He has frozen all assets and not paid anything for weeks. I now have no food no phone no cable and most important no money the a retainer.

On 5/8/07
Maria said
What happens if you have been married for 30 yrs. After med school and other business that has been built, what benefits does the woman have?

On 3/8/07
Lori said
All I can say is documentation is everything. Write everything down and save for your court dates, save a paperwork and have it with you for each court date, again documentation is everything in this state. It took me 16 months to get divorced.

QUESTIONS

  • When can I file for a divorce?
  • where can i get free or very low help in filling out a qualified domestic relations order (qdro)
  • I am currently covered by my spouses insurance coverage and our divorce has not been filed yet. ARS 20-1377 and 20-1408 state that I may continue to be covered under his health insurance policy. I have contacted the health care company and NO ONE is able to assist me with this. I've looked online for answers and there are none. How to I apply for a conversion policy?
  • My wife left the state, and we have since filed for divorce. She has made no attempt to ask for the property she left behing. She has retained a lawyer in our state. Can I leave her belongings at the lawyers office?
  • Feb. 14,2014 Husband and I had a resolution meeting where he was suppose to rollover the per deim of his 401k plus 6k. it is on the paperwork to do so. It is now almost a year over and no surprise, he hasn't done a damn thing or how do I get him to or even know it is the correct amount? what if he has taken it all out by now? please help. I didn't say anything for I hoped he had done it and I just never got the paperwork, but I am pretty sure he didn't even attempt to. what can I do? sue him? hire my lawyer again? can I make him pay for my lawyer if I do have to get her involved again?
  • I am currently married but we have been living very separate lives since 2011. My spouse has just "married" someone else. I have checked with the courts and there is no marriage certificate filed, however I was informed if they are presenting as a married couple, sent out wedding invitations, etc.. that this still falls under A.R.S. 13-3606(A) Anti-Bigamy Act. I will not be the one to actively pursue divorce as I took sacred vows and getting divorced was not one of them though I will not be difficult if a divorce is presented to me. In the interim what he is doing is wrong so what do I do?
  • My divorce was final in May of 2007 I have been living with my xhusband since November of 2007. Can we apply for a Stipulation to Dismiss the Court granting of the divorce if we both agree to remaining married?
  • I have been legally separated for 7 years and would like to obtain a divorce, what are the procedures for it?
  • My husband of a year would like to divorce. I would prefer an annulment. I entered into the marriage with a then 3 year old. Him being the non biological parent should I file for an annulment without children?
  • Hello. I am finally attempting to get a divorce from my husband. I am from WA State and fled to get away from him and his family who were threatening my children and I. We have one small child together. When he was a child his mom changed his last name, not legally from his birth name to her maiden name. And we were married with her maiden name, not the name on his birth certificate. My question is does this make our marriage legal?

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