Tag Archives: parenting time

What Happens to Children When Parent’s Split?

There is a growing trend in divorce cases to award equal parenting time to both parents. Several states including Arizona have joined this trend and modified their statutes to reflect this.  Parents in Phoenix, Arizona have seen this trend through … Continue reading

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Proposal Will Change Arizona Child Custody Law

A new piece of legislation in Arizona may require divorced parents to file notices with the court and serve their ex-spouse with the notices before moving. The bill, described by Bob Christie writing for the Associated Press (reprinted on azfamily.com … Continue reading

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Upcoming Changes to Custody Laws

Whether going through a custody battle or not, most people are familiar with the longstanding terms of “custody” and “visitation”.  Additionally, most people who have gone through a custody case are familiar with the term “best interests”. Determination of the … Continue reading

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