Phoenix Divorce Attorneys Explains Keeping Money in Separate Accounts
Many times, when people marry they choose to keep their bank accounts separate and forego opening a joint account. They erroneously assume that because they kept their accounts separate while they were married, that there was nothing to divide when divorcing. Simply by keeping your accounts in separate names does not, of itself, prevent the creation of community property. The function of an attorney in a dissolution is to help work through the decisions that were made in your marriage, to determine how Arizona Laws will treat those decisions. I have practiced family law for over thirty one years –which translates into thirty one years of experience in looking at your situation and how it is impacted by Arizona law.
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If you have more questions about separate accounts, contact our Phoenix divorce attorneys. Call the Law Offices of Janice M. Palmer, P.C. at (480) 820-4771 or toll-free at (888) 352-7725 for a consultation.