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Change in Parenting Time Due to Children Changing Schools

Posted on : January 4, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Change in Parenting Time Due to Children Changing Schools

Change in Parenting Time Due to Children Changing Schools Parents have fundamental and protected rights in the care and custody of their children. This includes the right to parenting time. Once a parenting plan is in place, the court must consider a range of factors before amending it. This includes the impact the modification will […]

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False Accusations of Child Abuse in Arizona

Posted on : January 4, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
False Accusations of Child Abuse in Arizona

Ramsey v. Yavapai Family Advocacy Ctr.: Duty to Report Abuse In Arizona, therapists, physicians and other health care personnel are required to report child abuse. Can they be sued for doing so if charges are later dismissed? In Ramsey v. Yavapai Family Advocacy Ctr., 225 Ariz. 132, 235 P.3d 285, 291 (App. 2010), the Arizona […]

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Timing to Challenge Paternity in Arizona

Posted on : January 4, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Timing to Challenge Paternity in Arizona

Timing to Challenge Paternity in Arizona In Arizona, a man whose wife has a child is presumed to be the child’s father. However, he can challenge paternity if he has reason to believe he is not the father. He must act without unreasonable delay in order to avoid prejudice to the child’s mother. In Arvizu […]

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Appealable and Unappealable Dependency Orders

Posted on : January 4, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Appealable and Unappealable Dependency Orders

Appealable Orders and Unappealable Dependency Orders A dependency hearing determines whether children should be taken from their parents and cared for by the state. A parent can appeal an initial determination of dependency, but cannot appeal every order after dependency. Which orders after dependency can be appealed? What is the standard for making the determination? […]

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Retroactive Modification of Child Support Order

Posted on : January 4, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Retroactive Modification of Child Support Order

Retroactive Modification of Child Support Order In Arizona, parents must provide financial support to their minor children even after the couple divorces. Courts enforce this requirement by requiring one parent to pay fixed sum to the other monthly. The court orders an initial amount of child support, and can modify the amount as circumstances change. […]

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