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ARIZONA SUPERIOR COURT, PIMA COUNTY
Case No. ___________
DECREE OF DISSOLUTION
THE COURT FINDS AS FOLLOWS:
This case has come before this court for final orders. The court has either taken all testimony
needed to enter a final Decree of Divorce/Dissolution, or has determined that no testimony need be
taken to enter the final Decree of Divorce/Dissolution.
This court has jurisdiction over the parties under the law, and the provisions of this Decree are
fair and reasonable under the circumstances, and in the best interests of the minor children as to legal
decision-making, parenting time, and support.
The court finds that:
At the time this action was filed, one of the parties had lived in Arizona for more than 90 days,
or had lived in Arizona while a member of the United States Armed Forces for more than 90
The provisions of A.R.S. § 25-381.09 relating to the Conciliation Court either do not apply or
have been met.
The marriage is irretrievably broken.
Where it has the legal power to do so and where it is applicable to the facts of this divorce,
this court has considered, approved, and made Orders relating to issues of legal
decision-making and parenting time, spousal maintenance (alimony), and the
division of property and/or debts.
As to property and debts,
The parties did not acquire any community property or debts during the
The parties have agreed to a division of community property and debt as
evidenced by their signatures on the bottom of this document and as described in
sections 10 and 11 of this order.
□ There is no agreement as to division of property and debt, but all community
property and debt is divided pursuant to sections 10 and 11 of this order.