Some people collect figurines, coins or a multitude of other items that have some significance to them. You collect works of art. Over the years, you put together a collection that speaks to you, and you consider it priceless.
However, now that your marriage has ended, you will need to put a price on that collection because any pieces purchased during the time you were married are part of the marital estate. In fact, the court will assume you and your spouse own everything jointly as a starting point since Arizona is a community property state.