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Court Appointed Child Therapist in Arizona

Posted on : September 26, 2018
Court Appointed Child Therapist in Arizona
A Court in Arizona Lacks Legal Authority to Appoint a Therapist in a Child Custody Case The Arizona Court of Appeals in the case of Paul E. vs. Courtney F. addressed whether a judge has the authority to order parents to enroll their child in therapy and whether that therapist or other expert was entitled […]

Child Support and Split Custody in Arizona

Posted on : August 7, 2018
Child Support and 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 dif ferent 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 known as […]

Late Disclosure in AZ Child Custody Case | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : August 1, 2018
Late Disclosure in AZ Child Custody Case
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 to Decline Child Custody Jurisdiction in AZ | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : June 26, 2018
Hearing to Decline Child Custody Jurisdiction in AZ
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 […]

Late Objection to Child Relocation Notice in AZ | Hildebrand Law, PC

Posted on : June 6, 2018
Late Objection to Child Relocation Notice in AZ
The Effect of Filing a Late Objection to a Child Relocation Notice in Arizona The Arizona Court of Appeals in a memorandum decision in the case of Jurgens vs. Jurgens addressed whether an Arizona trial court may set a hearing to allow a parent to object to the other parent’s relocation of a child when […]