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Real Property

Ownership of any land and anything affixed to the land, including the marital residence, other homes, and any land owned…

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Marital Community

All the property and debts the parties have acquired during the marriage.

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Community lien

When community funds are used to pay for an asset, its loan/mortgage installments, or improvements on one spouse’s sole and…

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Community labor

Any work either spouse conducts during the marriage. The paychecks for that work is considered to be community property.

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Characterization of property

The process by which property owned by the spouses is classified as community or separate property. Arizona law emphasizes when…

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Character of property

A property’s “character” describes whether it is classified as community or separate property.

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What property gets divided in a divorce?

Any property that is community will be divided during the divorce. Community property is any property or debt that was…

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Prenuptial Agreement

An agreement made between two people prior to the marriage that can determine how they will hold property during the…

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Joint Tenants with Right of Survivorship in Arizona

Joint Tenants with Right of Survivorship in Arizona Lonergan v. Strom – How you deed your marital residence matters.  …

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Joint Tenants

Coinciding interest for two or more individuals that have holdings in personal, intellectual or real property. This essentially allows two…

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