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Arizona Is A Community Property State and the law of community property guides the courts
when dividing marital assets. HOW WILL YOUR PROPERTY BE DIVIDED?
All property acquired during marriage is presumed to be community property. The courts thus
consider all property acquired during marriage to be community in nature and subject to 50/50
division. However, certain property is considered to be separate property, not subject to
division, meaning it belongs solely to one spouse.
Examples of separate property include,
* property owned prior to the marriage, or
* property one spouse received as a gift or
* through a will or inheritance.
The decision to file for a divorce is often one of the most difficult and important choices a
person will make in their lifetime. It is a decision that will affect virtually every aspect of your life,
your personal relationships, your financial security, your job, as well as your future. We at
Daniel J. Siegel, P.C. hope that this web site offers you some basic facts about the divorce
process. We believe that the more information you have about the divorce process the better
prepared you will be to deal with the experience and to achieve the results you desire.
This web site was designed to offer some basic facts about divorce. Because the law continues
to develop and change to meet the needs of society, this web site should not be considered as
the final word on any particular issue. Please read the disclaimer at the end of this page.
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