Jason Scott Treguboff’s Guides

Jason Scott Treguboff

Phoenix Bankruptcy Attorney.

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  1. Should I Reaffirm My Car Loan?

    Written by attorney Jason Treguboff, about 3 years ago.

    What is a Reaffirmation Agreement? Reaffirmation agreements concern debts you owed prior to your bankruptcy filing. They are most commonly associated with car loans but can also affect credit cards, home mortgages, and other types of debt. The reaffirmation agreement is basically...

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  2. The Pre-Nup: Keeping Separate Property Separate

    Written by attorney Jason Treguboff, about 3 years ago.

    Benefits Pre-Nups or Pre-Martial agreements allow parties to avoid presumptions of community property. They act as a contract that provides for the orderly distribution of property and the allocation of spousal maintenance in the event of a divorce. To be enforceable, the agreeme...

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  3. Relocation of Children After a Divorce In Arizona

    Written by attorney Jason Treguboff, about 3 years ago.

    A.R.S. 25-408 governs child relocation in Arizona. Generally, if both parents are entitled to custody or parenting time and both parents reside in Arizona, then the parent wishing to relocate the child out of state or more than 100 miles within the state must give the other paren...

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  4. Taxes and Bankruptcy

    Written by attorney Jason Treguboff, about 3 years ago.

    Are My Income Taxes Dischargeable in Bankruptcy? Many individuals filing for bankruptcy owe back taxes and want to know if those taxes will be discharged. The answer is it depends. Generally, 5 factors must be present to discharge income taxes in a bankruptcy: 1. The due date f...

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  5. Paternity in Arizona: How do I establish my rights as an unmarried parent?

    Written by attorney Jason Treguboff, about 3 years ago.

    In Arizona, paternity/maternity is governed under A.R.S. 25-801 through 25-818. Generally speaking, just about anyone can bring an action to establish the paternity of a child, and the action can be commenced during the pregnancy or at any time after the birth of the child. Howev...

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  6. Spousal Maintenance in Arizona

    Written by attorney Jason Treguboff, about 3 years ago.

    Spousal Maintenance in Arizona In Arizona, spousal maintenance is governed by A.R.S. 25-319. An award of spousal maintenance is a two-part process. First, the court must determine if a spouse qualifies for spousal maintenance. Second, if the spouse qualifies, the court must det...

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  7. Arizona’s Best Interests of the Child Standard

    Written by attorney Jason Treguboff, about 3 years ago.

    Arizonas Best Interests of the Child Standard Many individuals involved in custody disputes are concerned with how the court will make its determination of custody. They want to know how the court determines custody and what factors the court will consider when making its determi...

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  8. Modification of Child Custody in Arizona

    Written by attorney Jason Treguboff, about 3 years ago.

    Modification of Child Custody in Arizona After a divorce or paternity action is commenced and the court enters final custody orders, circumstances may arise that require modification of the custody arrangement. It is not uncommon for work or school schedules to change or even fo...

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  9. Grandparent visitation--What are my rights in Arizona

    Written by attorney Jason Treguboff, about 3 years ago.

    Grandparent visitationWhat are my rights in Arizona? With the high number of divorces and out of wedlock births in this country, many grandparents want to know how they can ensure themselves regular and meaningful visitation with their grandchildren. It is not uncommon for hard f...

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  10. What Is Community Property?

    Written by attorney Jason Treguboff, over 3 years ago.

    Since Arizona is a community property state, clients often ask what the difference is between community property and separate property. Basically it breaks down like this: Generally, all property acquired during the course of the marriage is presumed community property, except p...

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