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What are some requirements to filing for divorce in Arizona?

What are some requir

iCrowdNewswire   Feb 10, 202011:00 PM ET

There are certain requirements when filing for divorce in the state of Arizona, whether it is a contested or uncontested legal action.  Sometimes marriages cannot be fixed and the only sane course of action is to get out of the union.

Contested divorces usually cost more in money and time adding to the stress load for both parties, possibly adversely affecting children.  The common factors of a contested divorce include:

Expert witnesses may be necessary to support a position for financial claims in the divorce proceeding raising divorce costs and attorney hours.  Trial witnesses can include real estate, vocational, mental health screenings, small business valuations and accountants to name a few.  They are necessary to prepare reports to be used as evidence to bring the parties close to a viable settlement for both of them. 

Uncontested divorce actions are those where both parties to the marriage agree that it should end. There are two types of uncontested divorce actions, one through default and one through consent. Both processes begin the same with legal filing, but a default action occurs when the respondent fails to respond to legal divorce documents, in which case the petitioner needs to file a default action to proceed with the finalization of the divorce. 

Arizona is a no-fault state for non-covenant marriages and state law requires a 60-day waiting period from the date of service before obtaining a final divorce decree, despite the circumstances of the parties. There are requirements when filing divorce actions in Arizona to include:

When a divorce action is imminent, it is best to seek out qualified professional legal counsel to help navigate through the end-of-marriage hurdles. The Zachary Law Group  may advise you when you make an appointment for an initial consultation to see if services are required for your contested or uncontested divorce action.

Zachary Law Group

3100 W Ray Rd #201
Chandler, AZ 85226

Phone: (480) 699-3607

By appointment only


625 N Gilbert Road #201
Gilbert, AZ 85234

Phone: (480) 389-3533


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Zachary Law Group
3100 W Ray Rd #201
Chandler, AZ 85226
Phone: (480) 699-3607

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