Arizona Complex Property Issues Attorney
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The Arizona statutes define what community property is and what separate property is but do not clearly address some of the more complex property issues. The experienced family law attorneys at the Law Office of Hope E. Fruchtman are familiar with both statutory and case law and can answer questions about all your complex property issues and often times these questions can be answered at an initial consultation.
Community property is defined as all property acquired by either the husband or wife during the marriage except for property that is:
- Acquired by gift, devise or descent (inheritance).
- Acquired after service of a petition for dissolution of marriage, legal separation, or annulment if the petition results in a decree of dissolution of marriage, legal separation or annulment.
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