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Mandatory Sanctions in an Arizona Family Law Case

Posted on : January 31, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Mandatory Sanctions in an Arizona Family Law Case.

Mandatory Sanctions in an Arizona Family Law Case The Arizona Court of appeals in the case of Grow vs. Grow addressed in a memorandum decision the issue of mandatory sanctions in an Arizona family law case. The trial court dismissed Jared Robert Grow (father)’s petition to enforce court-ordered child care but denied Jennifer Marie Grow […]

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Dismissal of Petition to Modify Child Custody in Arizona

Posted on : January 31, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Dismissal of Petition to Modify Child Custody in Arizona.

Dismissal of Petition to Modify Child Custody in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in a memorandum decision in the case of Krieger vs. Duick had to address the issue of the dismissal of Mother’s Petition to Modify Custody. Mother appeals the family court’s dismissal of her petition to modify legal decision making, parenting time, […]

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Judge Does Not Issue a Decision or Ruling in a Divorce in Arizona

Posted on : January 30, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Judge Does Not Issue a Decision or Ruling in a Divorce in Arizona.

Judge Does Not Issue a Decision or Ruling in a Divorce in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in a memorandum decision in the case of Bangiyev vs. Arzumanova had to address, among other things, a divorce judge’s failure to issue a ruling or a decision on an issue after an Arizona divorce trial. Inna Arzumanova […]

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Overturning an Order of Protection in Arizona

Posted on : January 30, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Overturning an Order of Protection in Arizona.

Overturning an Order of Protection in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in the case of Maschue vs. Warren had to address the issue of overturning an Order of Protection in Arizona when children are involved. Father appeals the superior court’s ruling affirming an order of protection in favor of Mother and on behalf of […]

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How to Fix an Error in a Family Law Case in Arizona

Posted on : January 30, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
How to Fix an Error in a Family Law Case in Arizona.

How to Fix an Error In a Family Law Case in Arizona In a memorandum decision from the Arizona Court of Appeals in the case of Blair vs. Blair, the appeals court addressed what constitutes an error is a court order in a family law case in Arizona. Father appeals from the family court’s order […]

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What Needs to be Proven to Modify a Supervised Visitation Order in Arizona

Posted on : January 30, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
What Needs to be Proven to Modify a Supervised Visitation Order in Arizona.

What Needs to be Proven to Modify a Supervised Visitation Order in Arizona In a memorandum decision in the case of Heuchan vs. Lipko, the Arizona Court of Appeals had to address the issues of whether a judge can modify parenting time when a parent seeks to relocate the children out of state despite neither […]

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What is the Law of the Case in a Divorce in Arizona

Posted on : January 30, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
What is the Law of the Case in a Divorce in Arizona.

What is the Law of the Case in a Divorce in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in the case of Durrant vs. Durrant had to, among other issues, deal with the legal principle know as the Law of the Case Doctrine in an Arizona divorce. In that case, Taylor Durrant (Father) appeals the family […]

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Can a Best Interest Attorney Testify at a Child Custody Trial in Arizona

Posted on : January 30, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Can a Best Interest Attorney Testify at a Child Custody Trial in Arizona.

Can a Best Interest Attorney Testify at a Child Custody Trial in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeal in the case of Demario v. Demario had to determine, amony other things, the role of a best interest attorney in an Arizona child custody case. Christie May DeMario (“Mother”) appeals from certain rulings in the superior […]

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When Does Spousal Maintenance Terminate on Remarriage

Posted on : January 30, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
When Does Spousal Maintenance Terminate on Remarriage.

When Does Spousal Maintenance Terminate on Remarriage Michelle Rasor Noorda (Mother) appeals the date of the termination of her spousal maintenance, the modification of child support, and denial of her request to find Joseph Rasor II (Father) in contempt of court. For the following reasons, we affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand for […]

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Can a Spouse’s Income Be Considered for Child Support in Arizona

Posted on : January 30, 2018, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Can a Spouse's Income Be Considered for Child Support in Arizona.

Can a Spouse’s Income Be Considered for Child Support in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in the memorandum decision in the case of Noorda vs. Rasor reviewed whether a spouses income can be considered for child support in Arizona. In this case, Ms. Noorda remarried after her divorce. During a child support modification hearing, […]

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