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Response To Petition For Legal Separation With Children {DRLSC31f}

This is a Arizona form that can be used for Family Law within Local County, Maricopa, Superior Court.

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251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 1 of 15 DRLSC31f-010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Person Filing: Address (if not protected): City, State, Zip Code: Telephone: Email Address: ATLAS Number: Lawyer222s Bar Number: Representing Self, without a Lawyer or Attorney for Petitioner OR Respondent SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA IN MARICOPA COUNTY Case Number: Name of Petitioner / Party A ATLAS Number: (if applicable) RESPONSE TO PETITION FOR LEGAL SEPARATION WITH MINOR CHILDREN Name of Respondent / Party B STATEMENTS TO THE COURT, UNDER OATH OR BY AFFIRMATION: GENERAL INFORMATION: 1. INFORMATION ABOUT MY SPOUSE, Name: Address : Date of Birth : Job Title : Starting with today, number of months/years in a row, my spouse has lived in Arizona: 2. INFORMATION ABOUT ME, Name: Address : Date of Birth : Job Title : Starting with today, number of months/years in a row I have lived in Arizona: FOR CLERK222S USE ONLY American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 2 of 15 DRLSC31f-010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 3. ABOUT OUR MARRIAGE Date of Marriage: City and state, or country where we were married: (Check all boxes below that are true.) We have a covenant marriage. I have attached a copy of my marriage license to show that we have a covenant marriage. Our marriage is irretrievably broken (our marriage is over) and there is no reasonable prospect of reconciliation, or Party A desires Party B desires to live separate and apart. The conciliation requirements under Arizona law either do not apply or have been met. OR Our marriage is not irretrievably broken and there are reasonable prospects of reconciliation. The conciliation requirements under Arizona law, A.R.S. 247 25-381.09 either apply or have not been met. Explain to the Court why you disagree with the other Party222s statement (that the marriage is irretrievably broken): Summary of what I say about OUR MARRIAGE that is different from what my spouse said in the Petition: 4. ABOUT THE LEGAL SEPARATION (check one box) I want to be legally separated from my spouse. I do not want to be legally separated from my spouse. I do not want to be legally separated from my spouse because my marriage is over and I want to be divorced. 5. RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT. (Check only if true.) Party A has not lived in Arizona and has not been stationed in Arizona while a member of the Armed Forces. Party B has not lived in Arizona or has not been stationed in Arizona while a member of the Armed Forces. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 3 of 15 DRLSC31f-010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 6. INFORMATION ABOUT PROPERTY AND DEBT Instructions: You must be specific. You must describe the property and debt that should go to you or be paid by you and then check the box. You must then describe the property and debt that should go to or be paid by your spouse, and check the box. For example, under household furnishings you could say, blue and white living room sofa, and then check the box to say whether it should go to you or to your spouse. Never list an item and check both the Party A and the Party B box. 6.a. COMMUNITY PROPERTY: (Property acquired during the marriage). (check one box) My spouse and I did not acquire any community property during the marriage, OR My spouse and I acquired community property during our marriage, and we should divide it as follows: Description of property Party A Party B Value Real estate at: $ Legal Description: Real estate at: $ Legal Description: Household furniture and appliances: $ $ $ $ Household furnishings: $ $ $ $ Other items: $ $ $ American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 4 of 15 DRLSC31f-010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Description of property Party A Party B Value Pension/retirement fund/profit sharing/stock plan/401K: $ $ $ $ Description of property Party A Party B Value Motor vehicles: Make: $ Model: VIN Number: Lien Holder: Make: $ Model: VIN Number: Lien Holder: 6.b. SEPARATE PROPERTY. (Property acquired before the marriage) (Check all boxes that apply.) Party A does not have any separate property. Party B does not have any separate property. Party A has separate property. I want this property awarded to Party as described below. Party B has separate property. I want this property awarded to Party B as described below. Separate Property: (List the property and the value of the property, and check the box to tell the Court who should get the property.) Description of property Party A Party B Value $ $ $ American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 5 of 15 DRLSC31f-010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 6.c. COMMUNITY DEBTS: (Check one box.) My spouse and I did not incur any community debts during the marriage, OR We should divide the responsibility for the debts incurred during the marriage as follows: Description of debt / Amount of debt: Party A Party B Amount $ $ $ $ $ $ 6.d. SEPARATE DEBTS. (Check all boxes that apply.) My spouse and I do not have any debts that were incurred prior to the marriage or separate debt, OR Party A has separate debt that should be paid as described below: Party B has separate debt that should be paid as described below: Description of debt Party A Party B Amount $ $ $ $ Summary of what I request concerning PROPERTY AND DEBTS that is different from what the other Party asked for in the Petition: 7. TAX RETURNS: (Check the box(es) to tell the Court what you want). After the Judge or Commissioner signs the Decree of Legal Separation, we will, subject to IRS Rules and Regulations, pay federal and state taxes as follows: American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 6 of 15 DRLSC31f-010119 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 7. TAX RETURNS, continued: (Check the box(es) to tell the Court what you want). For the calendar year (the year that the Decree is signed) and all future calendar years, each party will, subject to IRS Rules and Regulations: The parties will file joint federal and state income tax returns. The parties will pay, and hold the other harmless from, 1/2 of all additional income taxes if any and other costs and each will share equally in any refunds. OR The parties will file separate federal and state income tax returns. Each party will pay and hold the other harmless from any income taxes and/or incurred as a result of the filing of that party222s tax return and each party will be awarded 100% of any refund received as a result of the filing of that party222s tax return. For previous years (the years we were married, not including the year the Decree was signed), (check one box) The parties will file joint federal and state income tax returns. For previous calendar years, both parties will pay, and hold the other harmless from, 1/2 of all additional income taxes if any and other costs and each will share equally in any refunds. OR The parties will file separate federal and state income tax returns. For previous calendar years, each party will pay and hold the other harmless from any income taxes and/or incurred as a result of the filing of that party222s tax return and each party will be awarded 100% of any refund received as a result of the filing of that party222s tax return. Summary of what I request concerning TAX RETURNS that is different from what the other Party asked for in the Petition: 8. SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE/SUPPORT (ALIMONY) (check the box that applies to you): Neither party is entitled to Spousal Maintenance (alimony), OR Party A OR Party B is entitled to Spousal Maintenance because: (Check all the box(es) below that apply. At least one reason must apply to get spousal maintenance.) Person lacks sufficient property to provide for his or her reasonable needs; Person is unable to support himself or herself through appropriate employment; Person is the custodian of a child(ren) whose age or condition is such that the person should not be required to seek employment outside the home; American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. 251 Superior C

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