Declaratory Judgment

A ruling issued by the Court, upon a party’s request, to determine the rights and obligations of the parties under a contract or Agreement they have signed. The purpose of a declaratory judgment is to avoid lawsuits and instead intervene and clarify the terms of the Agreement before full-scale litigation ensues. While extremely rare in family law, the rules do allow for declaratory judgments. See ARFLP Rule 80.

Good People.
Great Results.

Our award-winning team of professionals deliver
the outcomes our clients need.

Don't Take Our Word For It,
See What Our Clients Have To Say.

Contact State 48 Law

We offer in-person, video, and phone consultations.

14500 N Northsight Blvd Ste 313, Scottsdale, AZ 85260

We’re conveniently located in North Scottsdale, just off the 101 and Raintree.

(602) 649-1325

Call us today to speak with one of our family law attorneys.

[email protected]

If you prefer to email, we’re always available. You can email us directly or fill out the contact form.