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Automatic Injunction Did Not Prevent Beneficiary Change

When a married person files for a divorce, Arizona law requires issuance of an automatic injunction. The injunction prevents changes in assets or titles until the divorce is resolved. It maintains the status quo while the legal system kicks into gear. An automatic injunction also issues in other, related kinds of actions. For instance, filing …

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Decedent’s Family Permitted to Challenge Validity of Marriage

OCTOBER 7, 2013 VOLUME 20 NUMBER 38 Though we do not handle divorce cases at Fleming & Curti, PLC, we do find ourselves dealing with divorce, annulment, child support and spousal maintenance issues from time to time. One common question we see involves late-life marriages between a (sometimes) confused senior and a (sometimes, but not …

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Despite Guardianship, Ward May Have Capacity to Marry

MAY 2, 2011 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 16 We have written in previous installments about differing state laws regarding the ability of a guardian (of the person) or conservator (of the estate) to file a divorce proceeding “for” an incapacitated adult. The question that comes up more often from our clients is a little different, though. …

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Payments In Annulment Case End With Death of Ex-Husband

JULY 22, 2002 VOLUME 10, NUMBER 3 Late-life marriages, of course, are usually unions of love—even when entered into by widows and widowers with families from earlier marriages. The strains on family relationships can be severe, but love can conquer all. Sometimes, though, late marriages can be the product of manipulation and overreaching by one …

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