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Emergency Child Custody When Arizona Lacks Jurisdiction

Posted on : November 27, 2018
Emergency Child Custody When Arizona Lacks Jurisdiction
Emergency Child 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 […]

Change in Circumstances for a Child Custody Modification in Arizona

Posted on : November 5, 2018
Can A Judge Consider Prior Change in Circumstances for a Child Custody Modification in Arizona
A Substantial and Continuing Change in Circumstances is Required for a Child Custody Modification in Arizona In Arizona, a parent must show a substantial and continuing change in circumstances has occurred that justifies a trial judge to determine if a change in custody of a child should be ordered. This means a parent must file […]

Calculating Distance for a Child Relocation in Arizona

Posted on : October 31, 2018
Calculating Distance for a Child Relocation in Arizona
Calculating Distance for Child Relocation in Arizona One of the issues in an Arizona child relocation case may be calculating the distance a parent intends to relocate with a child. The Arizona Court of Appeals in the case of Thompson vs. Thompson answered the question of how a court should calculate the distance when a […]

What Happens to Frozen Embryos in a Divorce in Arizona

Posted on : October 22, 2018
What Happens to Frozen Embryos In A Divorce in Arizona While traditionally divorce almost always comes with a blend of major, minor, and somewhat less minor complications for couples to contend with, today there is a new and unique larger issue that lawyers are increasingly being asked to address. It concerns frozen embryos and what […]

Custody of a Child in an Arizona Dependency Case

Posted on : October 18, 2018
How to Get Custody of a Child in an Arizona Dependency Case The State of Arizona through the Arizona Department of Child Safety may take custody of a child if, after their investigation, they determine a child is a dependent child. A parent may either voluntarily give custody of his or her child to the […]