Going through a divorce can be extremely difficult and emotional. Having an experienced family law firm on your side can help alleviate some of the stressors that manifest during this time. Divorce laws vary by state and can be quite complex. Paradise Valley Family Law understands the local laws and procedures and can guide you through the process. We’ll advise you on important matters like custody, spousal support, and division of assets and debts.
Going through a divorce can be an emotionally trying and legally complex process. You may be wondering if hiring an attorney is necessary or if you can handle the divorce on your own. An experienced Arizona divorce attorney can provide invaluable guidance and support during this difficult transition. Though attorneys do come with additional costs, the benefits often outweigh the expense.
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In Arizona, there is a mandatory waiting period of at least 60 days after filing before a divorce can be finalized. Uncontested divorces typically take 3-6 months, while contested divorces can take over a year.
Retirement accounts and pensions earned during the marriage are considered community property. The value is divided equitably between spouses as part of the overall property settlement.
Once the judge signs the divorce decree and any waiting period passes, the divorce is considered final. In Arizona, you must wait at least 60 days after filing.