In Arizona attorney’s fees are available in many cases, and under various statutes, and under various Family Law Rules.
There are two main basis why attorney’s fees can be awarded. First, is a disparity in resources, which does not necessarily mean a disparity in income, as it includes all resources.
Additionally, attorney’s fees can be awarded if a party takes an unreasonable position when looked at under an objective standard. The newest version of A.R.S. § 25-324 also mandates that the Court award attorney’s fees in any case where a petition is filed in bad faith.
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