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Differences between Contested and Uncontested Divorce in Arizona

An Uncontested divorce is a divorce where the spouses both agree to the terms of the divorce. Generally, the spouses will enter into a Marital Settlement Agreement/Consent Decree, file it with the court and the judge will grant a divorce. Covenant, a type of marriage recognized by Arizona law, can also be dissolved when it is uncontested. An uncontested divorce…read more →

In Arizona, What is a Contested Divorce?

Arizona is considered a “no fault” divorce state. Unless the marriage is a covenant marriage, the court will not consider fault by either party to dissolve the marriage. All a party needs to do is allege the marriage to be irretrievably broken as grounds for divorce. Contesting the Divorce Action The other party can contest the divorce itself only by…read more →

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