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Are Divorce Records Public?

Posted On February 14, 2022 In Divorce

Fortunately, or unfortunately, depending on your circumstances, divorce records are available to the public in Arizona. Anyone may request a copy of a marriage license or certificate from the Clerk of Court of the Superior Court where a marriage license was issued, and divorce records may be obtained using the same process in the county where the divorce took place.

What is Discovery in a Divorce?

Posted On February 7, 2022 In Divorce

Discovery is not one particular item in a divorce. Rather it is an ongoing process that occurs after the filing of divorce and before a divorce trial or settlement. The name “discovery” refers to the formal process by which spouses’ attorneys request information and evidence from one another.

What is a Collaborative Divorce?

Posted On January 17, 2022 In Divorce

Divorces are often less draining on your emotional and financial well-being and less time-consuming when you can work with your spouse towards a resolution. When spouses resolve their problems in a divorce, they choose their solutions.

What is an Uncontested Divorce in Arizona?

Posted On January 10, 2022 In Divorce

An uncontested divorce in Arizona is a divorce that has no outstanding issues or disagreements that require court intervention and resolution. The spouses both agree to the divorce and all significant divorce-related matters, or one spouse fails to make an appearance and contest the divorce action.