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LLC Operating Agreement with Arbitration Was Postnuptial Agreement

In this consolidated divorce action, an LLC operating agreement with an arbitration provision was found to be a postnuptial agreement affecting a spouse’s separate property.

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Mother’s Moving Away Did Not Invoke Arizona Relocation Law

Father’s objection to mother’s relocation was rejected because her first move from Phoenix to Payson, Arizona, was court-approved and her current move from Payson to

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Ushering in the New Year, It’s Stewart Law Group’s January Newsletter

Welcoming the New Year, Stewart Law Group’s January newsletter – our first words for 2017 – has some fun and interesting ideas for loyal readers

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Court Erred in Precluding Evidence of DUI Defendant’s Medical Marijuana Card

Defendant charged with marijuana DUI asserted a medical marijuana affirmative defense in the jury trial, but was erroneously precluded from submitting the medical marijuana card

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Holiday Issue! December Arizona Family Law Newsletter

Greetings and happy holidays to all of our loyal readers! Be sure to click here and read the Arizona Law Group’s December family law newsletter.

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Arizona Divorce Mediation Process Has Very Broad Privilege

Divorce mediation process privilege is a creature of statute with limited exceptions and no implied waiver of confidential communications in this Arizona case summary. Grubaugh

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Husband’s Name on Birth Certificate Does Not Bar Father’s Arizona Paternity Suit

Father’s paternity action was not barred and birth certificate is not legal equivalent of voluntary acknowledgment of paternity where child was not born out of

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Husband’s Petition to Enforce Property Division in Arizona Divorce Not Time Barred

Former spouse’s petition to enforce the property division in the divorce decree was not time-barred by statute of limitations under ARS § 12-1551 in this

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Sending Child to Out-of-State Boarding School Impacted Mother’s Parenting Time

Father’s desire to send high school age child to out-of-state boarding school would substantially reduce mother’s parenting time per parenting agreement incorporated in their divorce

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Modified Child Custody Order Violated Parent’s Due Process Rights

In this child custody case, a modified custody order violated due process by exceeding the scope of hearing on father’s motion to end mother’s supervised

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