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Arizona divorce: How to tell if your spouse is hiding assets

Many Arizona married couples share all things equally regarding their finances. They have jointly owned bank accounts and are transparent regarding spending habits, savings and other financial issues. Other spouses, however, leave financial tasks to one or the other spouse. Either way, if a divorce occurs, both spouses must be aware of all assets and liabilities that will affect settlement.

Earmarkers for child custody in Arizona

The phrase, best interests of the child, shows up repeatedly when couples with children decide to divorce. Child custody in Arizona hinges on a number of factors, but primarily on what is best for the children. A family court judge will make that decision taking that into consideration -- along with other things -- if the parents can't iron out custody issues on their own.

Where am I supposed to file for a military divorce?

Military families will often face more uncertainties in just a few years than others will in their entire lives. But no matter how prepared you may be to meet uncertainty head-on, it can be a little different when it comes to divorce. Military divorce has its own unique set of challenges that can make even the most confident feel worried about the future.

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