Arizona Divorce

Many relationships end up in divorce.  Maricopa County has a divorce rate of nearly 70%.  Thus, if you are getting married soon or are just married, the statistics are not in your favor.  If you are splitting from your spouse, contact our Phoenix family lawyers.  Make sure you are represented and that your rights are protected.

Divorce is popular in Arizona as divorce rates are near an all-time high. The state of Arizona is a purely no-fault divorce state, which means that neither spouse has to prove blame or responsibility to end the marriage. The only question that must be answered when seeking a divorce in Arizona is whether the marriage is “irretrievably broken”.  This is a term which simply means that there is no chance that the spouses want to continue the marriage.

Residency Requirements in Arizona

To fulfill the Arizona residency requirement for filing divorce, either spouse must have lived in Arizona for at least 90 days, or have been a member of the armed forces stationed in Arizona for at least 90 days.  Do you have a question if you meet the residency requirements? If so, please call our Phoenix attorneys office and set up a free consultation with one of experienced Arizona family lawyers.

Let Us Guide You Through Your Divorce

Ending a marriage can be emotionally and financially difficult. With the right lawyer, it does not have to be legally difficult. Contact us for a free consultation.  Our attorneys can help you through this tough time.  The initial consultation and advice are free.  Call (480) 833-8000 today for a free consultation.






The Phoenix family law lawyers of My AZ Lawyers with locations in: Phoenix, Mesa, Glendale, Scottsdale, Avondale, and Tempe.  In addition, we serve clients in Phoenix, Tempe, Glendale,  Mesa, Chandler,  and Sun City.  Furthermore, we service:  Gilbert, Peoria, Surprise, Apache Junction, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, North Phoenix, Queen Creek,  and Apache Junction.  Also included are:  Casa Grande, Anthem, Sierra Vista,  Prescott, North Scottsdale, and Tucson.  Additionally, we also encompass Sedona, Flagstaff and other communities in Maricopa County.  In addition, we also do:  Pinal County and Pima County.  If your family situation is less than perfect, do not hesitate to contact our Phoenix Divorce Lawyers today.  Hence, we will be awaiting your call.