If you’re preparing for a divorce in Arizona, contact the lawyers at ARTEMiS Law Firm today for help navigating the divorce process, while helping you obtain the best possible legal outcome.
Arizona divorce laws
In Arizona, divorce is called Dissolution of Marriage and it is a “No-Fault” State. This means that the court will not analyze the reason for the divorce or which spouse is at fault for causing the divorce.
Divorce is a legal process by which the court analyzes the couple’s property and divides it. The court will typically divide community property in half (unless there are special considerations, including alimony or spousal support), and separate property will be awarded to whoever owns that separate property.
In theory, dividing property is easy. In reality, there are many factors and considerations that a court must analyze before making final ruling on how to divide assets.
Talk to the attorneys of ARTEMiS Law Firm to discuss how a court will likely divide your property, bank accounts, retirement accounts, vehicles, assets, and debts in a divorce.