It can be difficult and frustrating to feel as though the things you’ve worked hard for will end up with your spouse.
Arizona is a community property state when it comes to divorce and division of assets. Under the law, if you and your spouse cannot reach an agreement about who gets what, the court will look at what is considered the total marital property and divide that equally. Separate property refers to gifts or other property one person owned before the marriage. Inheritance one spouse received also is considered separate property.
Steven E. Sufrin, Attorney at Law, works hard to protect your rights as you divorce and begin to divide marital assets, property, debts and tax responsibilities.
Pursuing Your Goals for a Stable Post-Divorce Future
Our firm wants your contribution to your marriage, financial and otherwise, to be recognized. You need a lawyer who will attend to every detail of:
While we favor amicable resolutions to these issues, our firm also is prepared to take your goals to a courtroom for divorce litigation if necessary. We have helped many Arizona families move past the end of a marriage to financially stable, post-divorce futures.
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An agreed-upon division of property often cannot be modified. Give yourself every chance for the most equitable distribution of assets and property under the law.