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Four Methods for Obtaining an Arizona Divorce

If you're contemplating divorce, you're probably feeling a bit overwhelmed by the enormity of the process. Not only do you have to adjust to a new, unmarried life, but you've also got to figure out how to divide your property and share your finances. If you have children, the process can be even more complicated.

What Is A Complex Divorce?

A complex divorce is one in which there are many issues to resolve and the Husband and Wife cannot resolve this issues without a good deal of outside help from attorneys and/or mediators. Complex divorces can involve high asset divorce cases, spouses with numerous real estate properties, tax issues, a privately held corporation or several closely held businesses, marital assets in several states, trust assets, commingled assets (community property vs. sole and separate property), split siblings or special needs children, assets or businesses that need valuations, and supplemental issues including vocational studies, custody battles, an unfit parent, off-shore bank accounts and the like. Complex divorces can also include bad behavior including adultery and the dissipation or waste of marital assets due to outside relationships, gambling, drug or alcohol use or uncontrollable shopping or other mental health issues.

Divorce & Domestic Violence: Overcoming Financial Challenges

Abusive/domestic violence relationships are difficult to leave due to financial obligations. Many women who want to leave a violent husband or boyfriend are afraid to do so because they are financially dependent upon the abuser. Even working women may have very little control over her finances as domestic violence is about control. The abuser may have kept her in the dark about financial matters or he may control bank accounts and credit cards for exactly that reason - to maintain control.

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