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Divorce and Children in Arizona | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Posted on : August 11, 2018
Divorce and Children in Arizona.
Learn About How Divorce Affects Children The issue often comes up regarding divorce and children in Arizona. One of the first things most people facing a divorce in Arizona think about is what effect a divorce will have on the children, as well as what parenting time arrangements will be ordered and how decisions affecting […]

Request to Relocate and the One Year Rule in Arizona | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Posted on : August 7, 2018
Request to Relocate and the One Year Rule in Arizona.
Requests to Relocate Within One Year a Child Custody Order Was Issued by the Court Arizona has a statute that prevents a parent from seeking a modification of a legal decision making or parenting time order within one year of the court issuing a legal decision making or parenting time order unless the children are […]

Calculating Child Support With Split Custody in Arizona | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Posted on : August 7, 2018
Calculating Child Support With Split Custody in Arizona.
Learn How to Calculate Child Support in Arizona When Parents Have Split Custody There are times when parents have more than one child and have different parenting time schedules with their children. In these cases, the parent obligated to pay child support spends a different amount of parenting time with each child. The amount of […]

Excluding Evidence Disclosed Late in a Child Custody Case in Arizona

Posted on : August 1, 2018
Late Disclosure of Evidence in a Child Custody Case A court will schedule deadlines for both parties in a child custody case to disclose the evidence before a child custody trial. So, what happens when a party to a child custody case discloses information late and after the court’s disclosure deadline. More importantly, can the […]

Hearing Required Before Declining Child Custody Jurisdiction in Arizona | Voted “Best of the Valley”

Posted on : June 26, 2018
Hearing Required Before Declining Child Custody Jurisdiction in Arizona.
Learn Why a Hearing is Required Before a Court Declines Child Custody Jurisdiction in Arizona The Short Answer In Arizona, the Due Process Clause of the Constitution requires an Arizona judge to hold a hearing to allow the parties to present evidence as to whether an Arizona judge should decline to exercise continuing and exclusive […]