I have a question regarding the no fault divorce status of Arizona....can you help me?

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Welcome and thank you for using Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I'm the attorney who will be assisting with your legal question. So I can best help, would you mind explaining your situation?

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I'm in a divorce proceeding regarding the splitting of assets. No kids. Respondent 's lawyer (I am petitioner) is fighting for me to be responsible for credit card dept in respondent's name, charges respondent made after the split. Also respondent is tryng to get half of the value of a vehicle under my name....this vehicle is paid off
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Did you pay off the vehicle during the marriage? And you can respond back with no to the charges made after you separated and force that to court. AZ is community property but only 50/50 for things acquired during the marriage.

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Technically, the vehicle would be a divisible asset in that case, but you could exchange something else for the entirety of the car.

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got it...the respondent asked me to sign off on that but since I didn't I was threatened that I would be embarrased in court with infidelity.....AZ is a no fault state...can any accusations of infidelity be counted against me...comments were made from my lawyer that ARFLP Rule 2 can be revoked.
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It can be invoked, it forces them to the strict evidence rules. And infidelity has no relevance in AZ.

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the reasons for a divorce such as infidelity cannot be used against me in AZ correct?
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Correct. It's a purely no fault state.

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ok thank you Elizabeth, I really appreciate your help
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You're very welcome!

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