Divorce Arizona Uncontested
Arizona has a few requirements to get an uncontested divorce in Arizona. This would include residency and the marriage type. In Arizona it is required that petitioners must have lived in the state for 90 days in order to be able to file for a marriage dissolution. If you have children, they must have resided in the state for six months before you can file. Your Uncontested Arizona Divorce is only final once the judge signs the final divorce decree. If you do have to appear in court, the proceeding should only take a few minutes and will leave the court with the necessary paperwork.
When you think the marriage is “irretrievebly broken”, this is the basis for a no fault divorce. As long as you meet the residency requirements and you think that the divorce is over an uncontested divorce may be your best option. The Arizona court does not need any evidence of misconduct by either the wife or husband. Arizona is a no fault divorce state. You do not need to argue the matter in front of a judge.
If you have a covenant marriage a no fault divorce may a bit trickier. A covenant marriage is a contract between spouses that they will not get divorced from each other. A covenant marriage makes it harder for couples to get divorced. You should seek legal advice to get divorced if you are in a covenant marriage in Arizona.
Divorce does not have to be an expensive matter as long as both parties are amicable to making the process a simple one. For information on completing your divorce please contact us at 480-998-1500.
Disclaimer: This publication and the information included in it are not intended to serve as a substitute for consultation with an attorney. Specific legal issues, concerns and conditions always require the advice of appropriate legal professionals.