When couples get divorced and are unable to split their property, they may seek the guidance of a court. When they are unable to determine the measures and basis to divide the property, the court may group the assets.
Biology and the law do not necessarily coincide when it comes to determining who the father of a child is. The law says that the man who is married to the mother is the father.
Depending on the length of your marriage, you and your spouse may have a relatively easy time dividing up your property, or you may find that it involves considerable time, effort and expense.
When you and your spouse have accrued significant assets during your marriage, property division may be one of your foremost concerns if you face divorce. Like many states, Arizona uses the equitable division standard for marital property.