Tag Archives: Arizona

Arizona Summit Loses Accreditation

The ABA Council has withdrawn approval for Arizona Summit Law School, according to this letter posted on the ABA Section of Legal Education News page.  Arizona Summit had been placed on probation last March but was apparently unable to convince the ABA … Continue reading

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Arizona SB 1100 Impacts Full and Final Settlements of Accepted Claims

Last month, Arizona Governor, Doug Ducey signed Senate Bill 1100 (SB 1100), which is a modification to the legislation allowing for full and final settlements.[1]  You may recall our initial blog on the ability to finally fully settle and close … Continue reading

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Divorce Sucks: Deciding to Divorce in Arizona

Deciding to Divorce in Arizona I am going to tell you that divorce sucks. Plain and simple. We will get into that a little later. The question I would ask any good friend thinking about going through a divorce is … Continue reading

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A Claim of Waste in an Arizona Divorce for the Loss of Equity in a Home | Voted “Best of the Valley”

A Claim of Waste in an Arizona Divorce for the Loss of Equity in a Home The Arizona Court of Appeals in the case of Woehler vs. Stough had to address whether a spouse in a divorce case in Arizona … Continue reading

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Are Accounts Receivable Divided in a Divorce in Arizona | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Are Accounts Receivable Divided in a Divorce in Arizona When a marriage is dissolved in Arizona, the court will divide both the community assets and debts equitably between the parties, though not necessarily equally or in kind. Equitable division of … Continue reading

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