Domestic violence cases are serious criminal matters. The consequences of a domestic violence conviction can not only decide a person’s freedom but can also impact their future living arrangements, educational choices, and employment opportunities.
Proving domestic abuse is a daunting but defining element in a divorce. Only through establishing the abuse of a spouse, whether that abuse is physical, mental, emotional, or financial, can the victim gain the personal verification and legal footing they need to move forward with their next stage in life.
In Arizona, a Rule 69 Agreement is a family law agreement available to parties in divorce and child custody cases. The Agreement allows parties to settle all or some of their issues on their own and leave only those matters on which they cannot agree to be decided by the family court.
Arizona is a community property state. Spouses share equal rights to marital income, real property, and financial information. Community property laws apply to all property acquired by either spouse during the marriage, with the exception of designated separate property of the spouses.