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December 2019 Archives

Are you worried about property division in an Arizona divorce?

When a married couple in Arizona decides to end their relationship, it is typically understood that there will be numerous issues to resolve before a settlement can be achieved. If the couple has children together, child custody and support issues will no doubt be high priorities. Property division is also another common main concern in divorce. This state operates under community property rules, which can sometimes spark a hidden asset problem if one spouse tries to gain the upper hand in proceedings.

The divorce season is upon us

The end of the year is a time for celebrating the past 12 months and looking ahead to the future. A lot of people in Arizona use this time to think about their goals for 2020 or which resolutions they should try out this year. Some, however, are planning something a little more significant. As New Year's Day brings in a brand new year, a significant number of people will be filing for divorce.

What your marriage counselor may not be telling you

Like many Arizona couples who are in troubled marriages, you and your spouse may have sought the help of a marriage counselor or couples therapist. These professionals can often offer unbiased words of wisdom and guidance to spouses who may be unable to see the real problems because they are too close to the situation. However, it may not take long for a marriage counselor to discern whether your marriage will survive at all.

Gray divorce and its long-term implications

The end of a marriage is going to bring significant changes to a person's life, especially regarding his or her finances. It can be especially damaging for a person who is older, leaving him or her fewer years to recover financially from the divorce. A divorce involving two people age 50 or older is called a gray divorce, and it is a growing trend in Arizona and across the country. 

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