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How Arizona Treats Legal Decision-Making and Parenting Time

Legal terminology in Arizona is slightly different from that of other states. Where some states use the phrase “legal custody” to describe decision-making authority for a child’s education, healthcare and religious training, Arizona refers to it as “legal decision-making.” Other states use the term “physical custody” to describe the parent’s responsibility for providing food, shelter, Read More

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Why Do I Need A Divorce Attorney?

You can file for a simple divorce in Arizona without an attorney. If you have no shared assets, no children and no intention of asking for spousal support, there is probably no need for you to hire a lawyer. However, most divorcing couples do not meet these requirements. If you are getting divorced, it is Read More

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What Should I Know About Arizona Child Custody?

Courts base decisions on Arizona child custody laws when determining whether parents have joint custody, sole custody or a combination of joint and sole custody in caring for their child.         Under the Arizona Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act child custody proceedings arise for the following reasons: Divorce Separation Neglect Read More

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