Navigating Prenuptial Agreements in Arizona

Prenuptial Agreement with a gavel and rings

Prenuptial Agreements have become increasingly common in today’s world.  While there is a prevailing view that these agreements are unromantic or pessimistic, they can actually be a practical and responsible way to protect both parties in the event of an unlikely divorce, legal separation, or annulment. What is a Prenuptial Agreement? A Prenuptial Agreement, or

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I’m Engaged: Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

Arizona is a community property state, which generally means that anything acquired during the marriage is presumed to belong to the community (i.e., the married couple).  This means that, no matter how an asset is titled, it’s presumed to belong to the married couple equally.   This also includes wages, income, and contributions to retirement accounts

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