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  • In the most recent edition of the Arizona Attorney magazine (March 2015), the Honorable Randall H. Warner’s contribution to the Civil Practice Pointers section reminded me that most litigants don’t know who all of the people are in the courtroom. I was fortunate to have been trained on the job during my first employment as […]

  • An annulment is a court process that is not a divorce or legal separation. In an annulment action, the court declares that the marriage is invalid, or null and void, and that, in a legal sense, it never existed. Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) §25-301 and §25-302 address annulments. A.R.S. §25-301 states that a superior court […]

  • Several weeks ago I read an article listing all of the information that could be acquired from the documents filed with the court in a divorce proceeding. While court documents are public information, your personal information can be protected.

  • If you have been in family court in Maricopa County Superior Court, you are probably aware that time is quite limited. In Maricopa County, Return hearings and some Resolution Management Conferences are only 15 or 30 minutes in duration.

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