This question requires some clarification. If you are already divorced then all assets should have been disposed of and alimony or maintenance provided for in the original decree. If the divorce originally was filed and granted in Arizona, then we can help as we only practice divorce in Arizona but we cannot help if the legal proceeding was outside Arizona and you should contact a lawyer in the state where the divorce was granted. I have no idea how another state would treat this matter after the fact but in Arizona a person typically cannot come back and modify the decree unless provisions were made available for them to do that or fraud occurred. If a person was originally granted maintenance then adjusting same might be allowed.
Now, if you are not divorced or have an action pending we can definitely help you if it is or will be filed here in Arizona. Determining the best jurisdiction/venue for your divorce requires consideration of many factors. As far as pensions go, Arizona law would grant a spouse one-half of the value of any retirement account that accumulated during the course of the marriage. Whether or not spousal maintenance would be awarded in your case is based on a number of factors too. Please feel free to contact our office to set up an appointment for a consultation to allow us to answer your questions more fully.