There is a multitude of reasons for couples in Arizona to file for divorce each year. However, the reason for the divorce does not matter when the couple begins separating their lives. The separation process is often just as unique as the marriage. The unique circumstances of the marriage will determine what issues will be dealt with during the divorce and how they will be handled when the divorcing spouses reach an agreement.
If the couple has minor children, they will have to deal with child custody, visitation and child support. Alimony or spousal maintenance will be an issue in some divorces if a spouse requests this form of financial assistance post-divorce. However, every divorcing couple will have to deal with property division to some extent.