September 1st, 2013 Tempe Family Law Attorney Shares Social Security Secrets Submitted by Attorney Douglas C. Gardner In August, I had the opportunity to presen Together, we both spoke about various issues facing individuals after a bankruptcy. My section focused
Tempe Family Law Attorney Shares Trial Preparation Issues for Clients Submitted by Attorney Douglas C. Gardner In any case, there are two ways that a case can be finalized: First, the parties with the assistance of their legal counsel can
Arizona Divorce Lawyer Discusses What You Need To Know About Child Support Even (Especially) After Your Divorce or Custody Case Has Ended Submitted by Attorney Douglas C. Gardner Even after a divorce (or a custody case in which the parties
Arizona Divorces, Equitable Division of Assets and Debts, Including Complex Business Valuations: Submitted by Attorney Douglas C. Gardner Under Arizona law, the Court must equitably divide the assets and debts of the parties involved in a divorce case. The
Arizona Divorce And Family Law Tax Issues Must Be Considered Year Around By Attorneys and Parties In dealing with hundreds of divorce and family law cases, parties and even many lawyers often forget to include provisions regarding common tax treatment.
Arizona law requires the equitable division of community property and jointly owned property. Even in cases where the property is the sole and separate property of one spouse, the law in certain instances recognizes that the other spouse may have
Arizona law requires the “equitable” division of marital property and marital debts during a divorce. Generally this is intended to be an “equal” division, though there are some cases in which an equal division may not be a fair (or