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What happens to all those rewards points during a divorce?

There are many considerations on the table when a couple decides that parting ways is the only solution to a difficult situation. Apart from the more pressing issues facing Arizona couples who make the decision to divorce -- such as child custody, child support and spousal support -- are the division of assets. Included in those assets might be rewards racked up by using points cards. What should become of them?

Divorce is prevalent for those who are age 55 and older

When you think back to your wedding day, no doubt a festive mood, excitement and nervousness filled the atmosphere. You had no reason to expect that your marriage would not last a lifetime. However, time has a way of changing things, especially marriages. The divorce rate in Arizona and throughout the country has slightly declined in recent years. However, in the past 20 years, it has significantly increased for people who are age 55 and beyond.

Family law: Calculating child support in Arizona

When parents make the decision to divorce, the first priority should be ensuring how they navigate the process in the best interests of their children. Family law in Arizona speaks to issues that affect children of divorce, such as child support. The state has a child support calculator in place that is based on child support guidelines that became effective on April 1, 2018. Revisions to child support guidelines came into effect on Jan. 24, 2018.

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