Divorce can be all-consuming. You can become so focused on the immediate that you forget to consider the long-term picture. Much the same way that your wife became so concentrated on growing the business that she seems to have forgotten about you and the children.
Arizona is one of only nine community property states. As such, Arizona law holds that, generally, all assets you and your spouse acquire during your marriage become marital property that belongs equally to both of you, regardless of which of you actually acquired or paid for it.
In uncertain economic times, paying monthly bills can be tough. Rather than constantly worrying about not having enough money, you may want to look for ways to cut costs. Is your child support obligation on the table, though?
After divorcing your spouse, you may find yourself paying child support for your minor children.
In some circumstances, they may even emancipate themselves, which would lead to an adjusted child support plan for future payments.