Arizona law views a marriage as a separate entity called the “community.” Both spouses share equal rights in the community: equal rights to community property assets and access to community financial documents and records.
When a dissolution of marriage commences, and sometimes beforehand, one or both spouses may begin hiding property to avoid sharing it with the other once the marriage is dissolved. Arizona law strictly prohibits hiding assets pending a dissolution.
If you suspect that your spouse is concealing or disposing of assets and property, I invite you to call Thomas Law Office to schedule a consultation with an experienced Phoenix asset division attorney. Since 1996, I have represented countless clients in seeking their property division objectives through negotiation and at trial.
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