The Divorce Discovery Process [Step By Step]

Divorce Discovery is an important process even if your break up is civil. Separating from a spouse is always painful and stressful, which could make clear communication difficult. There are many issues to resolve in divorce cases, from the separation of debts and assets to child support to spousal maintenance. You could end up making

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The Arizona Divorce Process Step By Step [With Timeline]

Wondering how long the Arizona divorce process takes? The answer is—it depends. Practically speaking, the divorce process in Maricopa County, Arizona will take, in best-case scenarios, at least three months. But, it can take up to a year or longer if there are complicating factors in your situation. These “complicating factors” could include things like:

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How to Know When It’s Time to Divorce

If you’re reading this page, it’s likely that your marriage is experiencing some turbulence. After years of marriage, it’s not uncommon for couples to hit a rough patch. So how do you really know if it’s time to start thinking about divorce? Marriage is a serious commitment, and not all couples take as much time

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Separated But Living Together? Here’s What You Should Know

There are a lot of reasons you may feel a need to separate from your partner but don’t yet feel ready to divorce. In fact, you may decide to remain legally separated indefinitely, if not forever. In Arizona, there is little legal difference between the processes involved in legal separation and divorce, and it takes

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Legal Separation Versus Divorce In Arizona (The Differences)

A married individual can obtain a legal separation instead of a divorce where appropriate and with an agreement between the parties. But what is a legal separation and why would individuals seek legal separation over divorce? What are the differences between the two? What are the benefits, if any? What are the requirements to obtain

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Spousal Abandonment In Marriage (What You Need To Know)

Abandonment in marriage is more than the simple act of leaving a spouse. When it comes to spousal abandonment, there are other financial and legal implications that make it different from a regular break up. Divorce is the severing of a relationship, and puts an end to any rights partners had because of their relationship.

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