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De Novo Law offers the same high-quality legal representation and decades of experience as the top Arizona divorce lawyer but does so at a much more affordable rate.
Stephanie Villalobos, LP, is a highly respected legal paraprofessional with decades of experience in dealing with establishing and modifying child support matters.
Legal paraprofessionals are a more affordable option than retaining a child custody attorney and have years of experience working in the area of family law.
If spousal maintenance might be an issue in your divorce, Stephanie Villalobos, LP can help you understand whether you might be ordered to pay it or what you could be eligible to receive.
Divorce is never an easy process, especially when it involves children. As parents, your top priority is the welfare and happiness of your children, and navigating the complexities of divorce with a minor child can be challenging and emotional. At De Novo Law, our licensed legal paraprofessionals specialize in Arizona divorce and family law, and we are here to help you through this challenging time in Phoenix, Arizona.
Getting a divorce is an emotionally draining process, but what happens when one or both parties have a change of heart? Is it possible to slam the brakes on the proceedings? The answer is yes, it’s possible to stop a divorce once it’s started, but the process is not straightforward and depends on the state’s legal regulations.
Arizona is a community property state, meaning that any property acquired during the marriage is generally considered community property and must be divided equitably upon divorce. Arizona Revised Statute § 25-211 defines community property as any property acquired by either spouse during the marriage, except for gifts and inheritances. The car would likely be community property if purchased during the marriage. If the car is community property, you and your ex-spouse must agree on whether to sell the car.
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