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Divorce in Arizona
The divorce rate in the state of Arizona 5.8 per 1000 population, making it much higher than the national average of 3.6 per 1000 population. The rules concerning divorce differ in each state, and Arizona is no exception. In the state, divorce may be fault or no fault. For a no fault divorce, the marriage must be irretrievably broken. There is also a higher form of marriage, covenant marriage, in the state. It is more difficult to file for divorce under this form of marriage. Grounds include matters such as abuse and adultery.
Law Office of Grant L. Stratton
Patient, Compassionate, and Affordable Attorney Specializing in Families, Children, and Criminal Defense.
Address: 800 N Swan Rd Ste 111 - Tucson, AZ 85711 Phone: (520) 576-0676
Providing customized estate plans for each client's unique situation. We handle all aspects of traditional Estate Planning as well as select areas of Family Law and Injury Law that have an effect on a client's estate.
Address: Suite 700 - Phoenix, AZ 85016 Phone: (480) 747-1487