Newly Divorced? Four Ways Thanksgiving Can Help You Move Forward

Don’t let divorce get you down; find things to be thankful for this holiday season. The holidays can be a stressful and emotional time for a lot of people, but for anyone who’s recently experienced some type of loss, like a divorce, this stress and emotion can be amplified. While Thanksgiving might be a difficult

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Prenuptial vs. Post-nuptial agreements: what is the difference?

Arizona law recognizes the applicability of both prenuptial agreements done prior to and in contemplation of marriage, as well as post-nuptial agreements between spouses that are entered during the marriage. Under the lessened standard for prenuptial agreements, no consideration beyond the marriage itself is necessary. In a divorce, the burden of proof is on the

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Are you getting married and own a business?

If either party is bringing assets into a marriage, a prenuptial agreement to protect those assets is a must. In these circumstances, it should not be thought of as a blueprint for your divorce, but a crucial part of your fiduciary duty to your investors, clients/customers and employees. Generally, Arizona community property law is based

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