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Irretrievably Broken

Arizona Legal Glossary
Irretrievably Broken:

In the state of Arizona, the courts use this standard to decide if a dissolution of marriage decree should be granted. It means there is no chance of the spouses agreeing to remain married.

It was a sad event, but the marriage was irretrievably broken and a divorce was the only realistic option.

Injunction

Arizona Legal Glossary
Injunction:

/inˈjəNG(k)SHən/

noun

When the court orders an individual not to commit certain acts. In a dissolution of marriage case, for example, an injunction would order both spouses not to sell any of their community property.

The defendant was accused of disobeying the terms of the injunction.

Incorrigible

Arizona Legal Glossary
Incorrigible:

/inˈkôrijəbəl,-ˈkär-/

noun

A reference to a juvenile who cannot be managed by parents or guardians.

The youth’s incorrigible behavior included truancy and running away from home.

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