Does the Court Favor Mothers in Child Custody Cases in Arizona?

No, courts do not favor mothers in child custody cases in Arizona. Arizona Revised Statute Section 403.02(B) provides that “the court shall not prefer a parent’s proposed [parenting] plan because of the parent’s or child’s gender.

Gender Does not Play a Role in Arizona Child Custody Cases

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The law in Arizona prohibits a judge from favoring mothers over fathers in child custody cases in Arizona. Our experience has been that judges do not show a preference based upon the sex of either party.

Instead, the courts are fair to both parents but are primarily focused on what a particular judge believes to be in the best interests of the children. For more information on parental preferences in Arizona divorce cases.

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