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Gathering financial information for spouse who owes alimony

A divorce in Arizona can be a very complicated proceeding. There are many issues that must be resolved during a time when emotions often run high. Making matters worse, compromise is not always at the forefront of everyone's mind. Despite this, a divorcing couple still needs to separate the life they shared while they were married. When dissolving a marriage, one spouse may realize that they do not earn enough money on their own to meet their needs. This may prompt them to seek alimony.

Is a large inheritance considered marital property in Arizona?

People who are married in Arizona tend to share everything. This includes parental responsibilities, paying bills, the income earned by both spouses, homes, cars, and many other aspects of their lives. When they divorce, the couple needs to figure out how they will split the life they shared during the marriage. This is not always an easy process, as many times the emotions can be heated.

Establishing paternity important for military members

Many Arizonans serve in the various branches of the military. They sacrifice much in their lives while serving, but most of them still have normal lives when they are not on a deployment. This means that they have families and friends, homes, cars, and many other things that civilians enjoy. Dealing with these issues is different for them, though, because they are oftentimes sent away to serve their country.

What expenses make up a child support obligation?

Parents in Arizona need to raise their children, which often means spending big bucks. There are many costs here, starting with basics such as food, shelter and clothing. These expenses can add up quickly, but there may be costs that don't immediately come to mind. For example, parents need to pay for various extracurricular activities, medical insurance, unreimbursed medical expenses, child care costs, and other expenses.

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