B. In proceedings for the dissolution of marriage or legal separation, the provisions of the separation agreement, with the exception of those providing for the maintenance, custody and upbringing of the children, shall be binding on the court, unless, after examination of the economic situation of the parties and other relevant evidence submitted by the parties, it is established by him or at the request of the court; that the separation agreement is unfair. C. If the court finds the separation agreement to be abusive in the form of an asset order or alimony, it may ask the parties to submit a revised separation agreement or issue injunctions on property or support. The plaintiff must provide the defendant with one (1) photocopied procedural form. The defendant may be served using all the delivery methods indicated below. service requirements in some counties; The applicant should contact a Supreme Court official to determine the appropriate service procedures. For a separation without a legal breakdown in a traditional marriage, one of the spouses must currently live in Arizona or be in position as a member of the armed forces. Unlike a divorce, separation without legal breakdown does not require that one of the spouses has lived in Arizona for a certain period of time, but only that he currently resides in Arizona or is stationed there. To divorce, one of the spouses must have lived in Arizona for 90 days. G. Notwithstanding Sub-Part F, the registration of a decree establishing a separation agreement or including a reference that their maintenance conditions must not be changed prevents the Tribunal from exercising jurisdiction to amend the decree and the separation agreement with respect to maintenance, including an order adopted before 20 July 1996. F.
With the exception of the provisions relating to the maintenance of one of the parties and the period of maintenance, custody or education of the children, the registration of the decree then excludes the modification of the provisions of the decree and of any contract of patrimonial transaction established or incorporated by reference. In the case of a separation without legal breakdown, although the couple is still „legally married”, they are not responsible for the debts of the other person and are not entitled to the income of the other person. Income received after separation is considered separate property and not conjugal property. Similarly, any debt arising from one of the spouses after separation is considered a separate responsibility. . . .