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Posts By: Brian Hansen

What Happens to Mutual Debt...

If you’re currently in debt, you’re in good company. According to Pew Research Center’s most recent findings, approximately 80 percent of Americans owe money to lenders and creditors. And while being in debt is stressful in and of itself, a…
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The Reality of Underage...

Any person under the age of 21 in the United States who consumes alcohol is drinking underage, and the current underage drinking statistics are alarming. Research shows 7.1 million Americans aged 12 to 20 admit to drinking. This is concerning…
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Domestic Violence: What Kind...

The term “domestic violence” has gotten quite a bit of hype in recent years. Several high profile abuse cases have turned the public attention to these types of crimes. Despite all of the press, however, it’s important to be mindful…
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The Fundamentals of Asset...

One of the biggest issues involved with any Arizona divorce is the division of a couple’s assets. This process involves correctly identifying what those assets actually are, determining which assets are considered to be community property or separate property, valuing…
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Can I Refuse a Breathalyzer...

You’ve just pulled out of the parking lot after enjoying a happy hour cocktail with your co-workers when you see the flash of red and white lights in your rear-view mirror. As your heart sinks, you stop your car on…
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A Quick Review of Arizona&...

Getting a divorce is always difficult, but things become even more complex when minor children are involved. Making decisions about child custody is often the most emotional and challenging aspects of the separation. Both parents love their children, and each…
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How Do I Establish or Modify...

Arizona takes a parent’s responsibility to support their child/ren very seriously. The statutes mandate that both parents have a legal obligation to provide financial support for their children, regardless of how involved they are in the child-rearing process. As such,…
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