Millennials are proving to be pragmatic in some instances where their parents were more starry-eyed romantics. For one, many delay marrying until they are well north of their 30th birthdays, so they have likely launched careers and accrued assets and separately-owned resources. Some already are property or business owners when they walk down the aisle.
The state of Arizona is about to face a crisis related to the federal and state crackdown on illegal immigration. Who will raise the children born here in America when their parents get deported?
One of the thorniest issues in divorce is the division of property. As Arizona is a community property state, each spouse is considered a co-owner of all of the property acquired during the marriage. As such, the assets must be equally divided.
When parents are estranged from their adult children and/or those children's spouses, they can generally be prevented from spending time with their grandchildren if the kids' parents choose not to give them access.