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An action made to change a current court order. Modifications commonly involve parenting time, legal decision-making, child support, or spousal…

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Material Change of Circumstance

A requirement, imposed by case law, that a parent trying to modify parenting time or legal decision-making must show that…

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Legal decision-making

This is the right to make decisions on behalf of the child when it comes to decisions involving the child’s…

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Family Law Master

As defined by Rule 74(a), “An attorney or other professional with education, experience, and special expertise regarding the particular issues…

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Divorce with minor children

A divorce in which the parties have minor children in common. The children can be the parties’ biological or adopted…

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Court-Appointed Advisor (CAA)

This is a professional appointed by the Court, usually either a psychologist or a social worker, whose role is to…

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“If I have sole legal decision-making, can I …”

We frequently receive questions from people that start with, “If I have sole legal decision-making, can I …” change the…

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My child’s mom won’t let me see my child. What can I do?

We get this call from a father at least once a day. We can certainly help you figure out what…

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What is Arizona Custody Public Policy?

A.R.S. § 25-103(A) requires judges to apply the custody provision in a way that promotes strong families and strong family values….

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What is Custody?

In a broad sense, custody means “legal decision-making and parenting time.” But more specifically, the term “custody” is actually no…

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