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

Posted on : January 30, 2018
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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The Unsettling Basics of Child Abuse in Arizona

Posted on : June 26, 2017
The Unsettling Basics of Child Abuse in Arizona
The Unsettling Basics of Child Abuse in Arizona The senseless abuse or neglect of a child is one of the most egregious offenses a party can commit. At Hildebrand Law, PC in Scottsdale, we believe very strongly that children of all ages deserve to be raised in a physically and emotionally safe environment. A child […]
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False Accusations of Child Abuse in Arizona

Posted on : January 4, 2017
False Accusations of Child Abuse in Arizona
Ramsey v. Yavapai Family Advocacy Ctr.: Duty to Report Abuse In Arizona, therapists, physicians, and other healthcare personnel are required to report child abuse. Can they be sued for doing so if charges are later dismissed? In Ramsey v. Yavapai Family Advocacy Ctr., 225 Ariz. 132, 235 P.3d 285, 291 (App. 2010), the Arizona Court […]
Posted in : Child Abuse Laws