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Notice of Child Support Hearing in Arizona

Posted on : January 5, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Notice of Child Support Hearing in Arizona

Notice of Child Support Hearing A parent is entitled to receive adequate notice before a hearing on modification of child support. Failure to provide sufficient notice violates a parent’s due process rights. What constitutes adequate notice? How is notice impacted by a court’s suggestion that it will not consider a modification of child support? In […]

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Legal Standard for Termination of Parental Rights

Posted on : January 5, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Legal Standard for Termination of Parental Rights

Legal Standard for Termination of Parental Rights New York law allowed the state to terminate the rights of parents if the court found that a child was “permanently neglected.” The law required that a “fair preponderance of the evidence” support that finding. Does the Due Process Clause require a higher standard than preponderance of the […]

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