Phoenix Family Lawyer Explains Community Property In this video, the Phoenix family lawyers at the Law Offices of Curry, Pearson, & Wooten PLC explain what community property means. If you are facing a divorce, watch this video to learn more about the divorce laws in Arizona. Arizona is a community property state, which means that everything that was obtained or purchased during the marriage is considered part of the community union. When a couple is facing a divorce in Arizona, most everything is divided equally between the spouses. This is the case even if one spouse did not work and the other was the sole source of income. The same community property rules still apply if only one spouse works because the amount earned during the marriage would still be considered equal. The Phoenix family lawyers at Curry, Pearson, & Wooten have helped many people through a divorce. These lawyers will protect you and be there for you through the entire process. We know this is an emotional time for you and your family, and we will answer all of your questions while watching out for your best interest. Call 602-258-1000 or 888-929-5292 if you have divorce questions or would like a free consultation. You can also visit our website to view our informative articles, frequently asked questions and other free resources that may empower you during this difficult time.