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Arizona Divorce Podcast

Aug 19, 2019

The majority of American adults don't have an estate plan in place. So why should you think about estate planning while going through a divorce? It's not as if you don't have enough on your plate already. In this episode I discuss the ramifications for failing to estate plan during a divorce, and the windfall that...


Aug 8, 2019

Divorce is litigation and litigation is driven by deadlines. In this episode I cover the ins and outs of Rule 4 which governs how time (e.g. deadlines) are governed and calculated under the Rules of Family Law Procedure. Listen to this episode to learn how a 20-day deadline is calculated differently than a 10-day...


Jun 18, 2019

Special guest Glenn Halterman appears on the show to discuss community liens in real estate, as well as disclaimer deeds and how they affect the characterization of property. Community liens arise when community funds are used to enhance one spouse's separate property. In this episode we break down common ways a spouse...


May 31, 2019

Rule 69 under the Family Law Rules of Procedure allow the parties, and/or their attorneys, to enter into binding agreements. This is important for divorcing parties to be able to make settlements that cannot later be undone so progress can be made toward a final resolution. In this episode I discuss the aspects of the...


May 14, 2019

Back in episodes 3a and 3b we discussed the Nicaise and Paul E. cases. The Arizona Supreme Court has since ruled on the Paul E. case. In this episode I address the ruling and how it might impact the majority of people who will share joint legal decision-making with their spouses.