Schultz v. Schultz (2017)

In Schultz v. Schultz, the Arizona Court of Appeals affirmed the family court’s decision to credit a litigant for direct payments of spousal maintenance. During their divorce, the parties agreed Father would owe Mother spousal … Read More

DiPasquale v. DiPasquale (2017)

In DiPasquale v. DiPasquale, the Arizona Court of Appeals held that a family law litigant may join a third-party spouse to litigate a party’s contribution to community property for purposes of enforcing a previous family … Read More

McClendon v. McClendon (2017)

In McClendon v. McClendon, the Arizona Court of Appeals held that substantial and continuing changes to modify family court orders are measured from the date of the order the party seeks to modify. The parties … Read More

Sherman v. Sherman (2016)

In Sherman v. Sherman, the Arizona Court of Appeals affirmed a family court’s decision to attribute as income, for purpose of calculating child support, funds the litigant described as a loan from a family member. … Read More

Smith v. Smith (2014)

In Smith v. Smith, the Arizona Court of Appeals vacated the family court’s ruling that a litigant was procedurally barred from seeking reimbursement of spousal maintenance payments made after the underlying maintenance award was voided. … Read More