Logo
Call Now(480)305-8300

Blog

Domestic Violence Presumption in Arizona Child Custody Cases

Posted on : September 11, 2019
Mutual Domestic Violence and Child Custody in Arizona.
Learn About the Domestic Violence Presumption in Arizona Child Custody Cases Arizona law requires the court to make a domestic violence presumption in Arizona child custody cases if it determines a parent has engaged in domestic violence. The domestic violence presumption in Arizona child custody cases requires the abusive parent to prove that joint legal […]

What Happens to Embryos in a Divorce in Arizona | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : July 22, 2019
What Happens to Embryos in a Divorce in Arizona?
Embryos in a Divorce in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals, in its published opinion in Terrel v. Torres, — P.3d—, Ariz.App. (2019), had to consider what to do with frozen embryos in a divorce when the parties had signed an in vitro fertilization agreement but disagreed on the interpretation of the terms. Before their […]

Home State Custody Jurisdiction When Child Relocated to Arizona

Posted on : December 17, 2018
UCCJEA Child Custody Jurisdiction Arizona
Home State Custody Jurisdiction When Child Relocated to Arizona Parents need to understand home state custody jurisdiction when a child is relocated to Arizona. It is not unusual for a parent who has legal custody of a child from another state to move to Arizona with their child. Does the question become which state court […]

How to Register a Child Custody Order in Arizona | Hildebrand Law

Posted on : November 27, 2018
Five Tips on How to Prepare for a Child Custody Hearing in Arizona.
How to Register a Child Custody Order in Arizona If you have a child custody order from another state, you need to know how to register a child custody order in Arizona. A parent can register a child custody order issued by a court by another state in Arizona by sending the court in Arizona […]

Emergency Custody When Arizona Lacks Jurisdiction | Hildebrand Law

Posted on : November 27, 2018
Third Party Seeking Emergency Child Custody in Arizona.
Emergency Custody When Arizona Lacks Jurisdiction There are some important exceptions built into the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act in emergency situations. If a custody case involves an emergency situation that places a child in imminent danger of harm, such a child being abandoned or abused, a court in Arizona that otherwise lacks jurisdiction […]