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Jurisdiction is Necessary to Petition for Visitation

Posted on : March 20, 2017
Jurisdiction is Necessary to Petition for Visitation
Jurisdiction is Necessary to Petition for Visitation The Arizona Court of Appeals-Division One rendered an unpublished decision in the case of Bourgo v. Bourgo a grandparent visitation petition that had previously been denied in an Arizona family court. Since the case is unpublished, you may not be allowed to cite this case as authority in […]

Grandparents Cannot Obtain Custody of a Child From a Parent

Posted on : September 12, 2016
Grandparents Cannot Obtain Custody of a Child From a Parent
Grandparents Cannot Obtain Custody of a Child From a Parent Arizona law allows only a parent to commence a child custody hearing. Does that statute prevent a court from awarding custody to a grandparent? Does it depend on whether a parent currently has custody? In the case, Marshall v. Superior Court, 701 P.2d 567 (Ariz. […]

Grandparents Visitation Rights in Arizona

Posted on : November 24, 2015
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Grandparent Visitation Rights in Arizona Grandparent child custody and visitation disputes occur more frequently than you may expect. Grandparent visitation cases are emotionally sensitive due to the fact children are involved. In most situations, the entire family is affected by the outcome of these child custody cases. This can be complicated further if the grandchild’s […]