Disclosure and Discovery During Divorce

What To Disclose and Discover

In order to resolve your case, you need to know exactly what assets and debts are out there as well as what information is out there that might effect your parenting time and legal decision-making orders. Part VII of the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure provide resources for you to provide this information and tools to gather information the other side is not disclosing. 

Each divorce case is different and will have unique legal issues to assess and address. Our law firm handles all types of divorces, from the relatively simple to complicated high net worth divorces, cases involving child custody battles or domestic violence, and more. No matter what the details of your specific situation may be, please do not hesitate to contact our office for a confidential, no-pressure consultation.

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Disclosure Requirements

Parties have certain mandatory disclosure requirements under the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure. Under these rules, if a party fails to timely comply with these requirements they could be barred from presenting evidence at trial or even sanctioned by the court. It is important to consult with an experienced family law attorney regarding your requirements to ensure that you have complied with the rules so that you do no risk a negative impact on your case.

Discovery

Discovery is a broad term that generally refers to your abilities to gave information for your case. While the mandatory disclosure requirements can be sufficient to gather the necessary information to resolve your matter, sometimes it is necessary to employ some of these tools to gather the specific information you are seeking. These tools include subpoenas, depositions, interrogatories and others. If you are seeking information that may be outside the mandatory disclosure requirements or the opposing party is failing to provide the mandatory information, discuss your options with an experienced family law attorney.

Road Map For Divorce In Arizona

I. Considering Divorce

There are many factors to consider when thinking about divorce.



II. Finding An Attorney

Even if you are going to handle your divorce on your own, it is important to meet the right attorney to learn your rights

III. Beginning the Divorce Process

How do you get the process started?



IV. Initial Hearings and Temporary Orders

First court appearances and Temporary Orders

V. Disclosure and Discovery

What are you required to provide? What if the other side isn't providing the information?

VI. Resolution Outside Court

Trial isn't always necessary. There are options for resolving the divorce without the Judge

VII. Trial Preparation

If you are heading towards trial, be prepared.


VIII. Trial

Your opportunity to tell the court what you want and why you want it.




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Take Control and Protect Your Future

The lawyers at Burggraff Tash Levy know that choosing the right divorce attorney is a personal matter. This is why you will never feel any pressure during your consultation. We are here to answer your questions, discuss your options, help you understand your rights, and, if we represent you in your divorce, our lawyers will guide you through every step of the process as efficiently as possible. We work to keep costs low so that you can start this new chapter on your life in the best position possible. 

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