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What Are My Rights In an Arizona Divorce?

Posted by Jay R. Bloom | Jul 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

This is a common question that we hear from many of our prospective clients.  Of course, when considering a possible divorce, there will be concerns about the future, concerns about what will happen to the children, (if any), concerns about child support and alimony, and concerns about the division of property and debts.

Generally speaking, every party has the right to seek a fair and equitable division of the assets and debts, has the right to seek custody/visitation orders that they believe are in the best interests of the children, and the right to seek an order for appropriate spousal support if applicable.  In order to be more specific regarding your individual rights and the particular issues in your case, we would need to have a comprehensive factual history and a full understanding of all of the relevant information.  If you would like additional information or are interested in scheduling a consultation to learn more, please contact us by telephone at (602)266-1900 or by e-mail.

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Jay R. Bloom

Jay R. Bloom has been an Arizona Family Law attorney for more than 19 years. He has successfully negotiated and litigated hundreds of family law cases. He was admitted to the Arizona State Bar in 1995 and admitted to the United States District Court, District of Arizona in 2007.


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