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Arizona Limits on Moving Out of State While Under a Child Custody Order

In Arizona divorces, spouses with children become subject to a child custody order, officially known as a legal decision-making or parenting time decree. If one of the parents seeks to Read More

What to Do If Your Child Refuses Parenting Time

Parenting plans in Arizona set the amount of time a child spends with each parent after a divorce. The child will usually live primarily with one parent and visit the Read More

Understanding the Different Types of Parenting Time

Parents have a fundamental right to a relationship with their children. Unless a parent puts their child’s safety or well-being at risk, he or she should have ample time with Read More

Behaviors That Can Hurt Your Case for Parenting Time

Going through a divorce can be stressful for both spouses, especially when there are contested issues over child custody and visitation — known in Arizona as parenting time. Unfortunately, many Read More

Can I Withhold Parenting Time If My Spouse Fails To Make Child Support Payments?

Failing to pay court-ordered child support is illegal under Arizona law. However, withholding court-ordered parenting time is also illegal. If your spouse succumbs to financial challenges that make continued child Read More

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