Choosing Not To Sign A Prenup

Choosing Not To Sign A Prenup

In this essay, we’ll look at what can happen if you don’t sign a prenuptial agreement. Continue reading to find out more. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION It’s critical to comprehend the ramifications. Prenuptial agreements take precedence over state-enacted safeguards and rules that are enforced under civil law. As a result, if you do not sign…

Choosing Not To Sign A Prenup

Premarital Agreement Enforcement

Arizona Revised Statute 25-202 covers the Enforcement of Premarital agreements. Read on to learn more about what the law covers and what a prenuptial agreement can cover. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION ARS 25-202 Enforcement of Premarital Agreements A premarital agreement must be in writing and signed by both parties. The agreement is enforceable without consideration.…

Same Sex Couples Divorce

Same Sex Couples Divorce

Arizona offers same sex couples identical rights in divorce proceedings as is offered to straight people. Read on to learn some information regarding divorce rights. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION Residency At least one person must have resided in Arizona for 90 days to file for divorce although time limits do vary from state to state.…

Choosing Not To Sign A Prenup

What Does A Prenup Cover

Prenuptial arrangements usually cover the duration of a marriage but can be limited by what is known as a sunset clause whereby the agreement will no longer be binding following a certain period of time. Read on to learn more. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION A prenup can cover the following: Existing children Plans for estates…

Choosing Not To Sign A Prenup

What Does A Prenup Achieve?

As prenuptial agreements become more common, the law is becoming friendlier toward them. Let’s review some of the benefits of them. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION When they are children from previous marriages, a prenuptial agreement can state what will happen to assets on the death of a parent, so the children are provided for. The…

Annulment Requirements

Annulment Requirements

Use our checklist if you are seeking an annulment in Arizona. Read on to learn more. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION Wait 90 Days In Arizona you or your spouse are required to live in Arizona for a minimum of 90 days before filing for annulment Obtain an Annulment Petition Obtain a Petition for Annulment of…

Same Sex Couples Divorce

Obtain An Annulment In Arizona

Read on to learn about how to obtain an annulment in Arizona. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION 90 Days Wait Both you and your spouse have to reside in AZ for at least 90 days before filing. Get The Annulment Petition You will need to visit your local superior court to get the relevant forms. Some…