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My parental rights were terminated. Can I file to get custody of my children back under A.R.S. § 25-409?

Yes, you can, provided your situation meets all the requirements of A.R.S. § 25-409(A) and (B). This was the situation…

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How do the courts decide custody cases?

The best interests of the child are the standard under which the Court determines all matters relating to the child….

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What is decided in a custody case?

Broadly speaking, legal decision-making, parenting time, and child support.

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Reviews

[…] help you fairly and accordingly. I ended up with sole custody and primary residential parenting. That means more to me […]

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5 Steps New Fathers Should Take to Protect Themselves Legally  

[…] if they can allege Mother slept around. It does not. Custody courts generally do not get involved in such matters.   […]

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Top 5 Things to Know About Father’s Rights in Arizona

[…] have heard, Arizona is not a Mother’s state. While Mothers have full custody prior to Fathers establishing their rights through the Court, everything […]

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Visitation

[…] has some significance legally, as parenting time is form of custody (previously, it was known as physical custody). Visitation is […]

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Can I ask that my grandchild reside with me 50% of the time?

No. In Egan v. Fridlund-Horne, 221 Ariz. 229, 241 ¶ 45 (Ariz. Ct. App. 2009), a trial court awarded the…

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What is the difference between legal decision-making/placement and visitation?

[…] placement are custodial rights; if granted, Grandparents would be taking custody from the parents. Visitation is asking to spend time […]

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Death After Divorce – Financial Considerations

[…] as beneficiary may have been automatically revoked upon divorce.   Child Custody  Upon one parent’s death, the other parent will most […]

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Five Things NOT To Do When Negotiating in a Family Law Case

[…] being done – over getting a fair settlement. Divorce and custody battles can be emotionally draining. Many times people just […]

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Rule 69 Agreements in Family Law Cases 

[…] a binding understanding on an aspect of a divorce, child custody, or child support matter. Rule 69 of the Arizona […]

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