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Calculating Child Support With Split Custody of Children in Arizona

Posted on : April 17, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Calculating Child Support With Split Custody of Children in Arizona

Calculating Child Support With Split Custody of Children in Arizona In Arizona like in most states, child support rises as the number of children rise. But under the Guidelines, the support for children is not double the support for one. Rather, support goes up incrementally and depends on the parenting time spent with each parent. […]

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Jurisdiction is Necessary to Petition for Visitation

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Jurisdiction is Necessary to Petition for Visitation The Arizona Court of Appeals-Division One rendered an unpublished decision in the case of Bourgo v. Bourgo a grandparent visitation petition that had previously been denied in an Arizona family court. Since the case is unpublished, you may not be allowed to cite this case as authority in […]

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Domestic Violence and Parenting Time in Arizona

Posted on : February 10, 2017, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Domestic Violence and Parenting Time in Arizona

Domestic Violence and Parenting Time in Arizona A family court must decide whether a parent presents a danger to a child. If so, it must protect the child by limiting that parent to supervised parenting time. A court that grants such a parent unsupervised parenting time abuses its discretion. In Campbell v. Stephens– 1CA-CV 15-0830 FC, […]

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Arizona Custody Decisions Cannot Be Delegated to an Expert

Posted on : October 10, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Child Custody Decision Cannot Be Delegated to an Expert

Arizona Custody Decisions Cannot Be Delegated to an Expert The Arizona Court of Appeals issued a decision in Depasquale v. Superior Court regarding a judge’s discretion to defer a judicial decision to an expert witness. The evidence at trial established that Mother and Father were divorced in 1991 with Mother being awarded sole custody of their child […]

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Effect of Denial of Visitation on Child Support Payments

Posted on : September 9, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Effect of Denial of Visitation on Child Support Payments

Effect of Denial of Visitation on Child Support Payments Under Arizona law, every parent owes a duty to support their children financially. This is true even if the parent with custody refuses to allow the other parent visitation with the children. What if the noncustodial parent takes the child to another state and sues for […]

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