A divorce is an already intimidating process that can become even more daunting when children are involved. Because the separation of parents includes a variety of complicated decisions that can affect the child, from dividing assets to determining a child’s custody, it’s crucial to take the child’s voice into consideration through all of it. A child’s physical and emotional health needs to be one of the top priorities in any divorce involving a custody battle. This leaves many parents wondering if there is a legal age their child can make a custody decision here in Arizona.
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Table of Contents Grandparents Rights in Arizona Federal Third-Party Child Visitation Laws How Judges Determine the Child’s Best Interests Scheduling Grandparent Visitation Time Enforcement of Grandparents’ Visitation Orders Set Your Children Up for Success A strong parent-child relationship is crucial for fostering a child’s social and emotional growth. However, grandparents can also play a significant […]
According to ARS 25-319, “the court may grant a maintenance order for either spouse if it finds that the spouse seeking maintenance: Factor #1 “The spouse seeking maintenance lacks sufficient property to supply for his/her reasonable needs.” The law does not explicitly define what constitutes “sufficient property,” but the courts have provided some guidance. It […]
Postnuptial agreements in Arizona You may wonder what is a postnuptial agreement. As everybody knows, prenuptial agreements have an increasing popularity, setting clear boundaries from the start of married life. If you did not think about a prenuptial agreement before getting married, do not panic. Legal documents that you can sign after taking the big […]