Category: Child Custody

7 Apps to Help Make Co-Parenting Easier

Life After Divorce: 7 Apps to Help Make Co-Parenting Easier Divorce is hard, but it doesn’t mean co-parenting has to be. While splitting up usually means parents relocate with shared custody of a child, the distance doesn’t mean communication should stop. Though it can be tough to stay on the same page as the other […]

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Written by on June 7, 2021

Divorce, Moving, and Child Custody: Does Moving During a Divorce Matter in Arizona?

Divorce, Moving, and Child Custody: Does Moving During a Divorce Matter in Arizona?  Logistically, monetarily, or practically, it may be difficult to imagine staying where you have been living with your husband or wife, especially if the relationship has become fraught and tense. In divorce, the issue that often arises is whether or not you […]

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Written by on May 29, 2021

Child Custody and Parents that Are Not Married

Child Custody and Parents that Are Not Married  When we think of child custody, we often think of two parents who are married. However, other issues and situations to think about, such as when the parents are unmarried. This is a common scenario. The question is: What happens to kids then when the parents are […]

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Written by on May 28, 2021

4 Co-Parenting Tips All Parents Need to Know

4 Co-Parenting Tips All Parents Need to Know While there’s a lot to keep in mind when it comes to your children, check out this guide to learn about the top co-parenting tips that all parents need to know. 1. Think Quality Over Quantity Many parents get hung up on making sure that their child […]

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Written by on May 9, 2021

How Do You Establish Paternity in Arizona?

How Do You Establish Paternity in Arizona? Did you know that over 300,000 paternity tests are performed annually in the United States? And while this number seems high, it’s only going to increase as the years go on. It’s no secret. Co-parenting has become the new norm. But unfortunately, the co-parenting process isn’t always the […]

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Written by on May 7, 2021

When Is Supervised Visitation Appropriate?

When Is Supervised Visitation Appropriate? In any family law order, the court will decide how often that parent will see his or her child. Arizona family courts consider the parent-child relationship very important. As a result, courts prefer that the child maintain a close relationship with each parent as much as possible. For this reason, […]

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Written by on May 7, 2021

Understanding Child Visitation and Parenting Plans in Arizona

Understanding Child Visitation and Parenting Plans in Arizona Your custody agreement is the most important negotiation you’ll make during your divorce. Whatever you decide will directly impact your child’s wellness and development. There are many different possibilities regarding custody, visitation, and scheduling. Understanding the options will help you work out an agreement that’s right for […]

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Written by on May 5, 2021

Child Custody Lawyer: How to find the best one

How to Hire the Best Child Custody Lawyer Child custody determinations can affect when you see your child and the rights you have to make important decisions in your child’s life. In many cases, an unfavorable child custody order can jeopardize your relationship with your child. For these reasons, not only is it critical to […]

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Written by on April 1, 2021

How Relocation Can Affect Child Custody

In some circumstances, a parent who has custody of a child in another state may move with that child to Arizona. Depending on how long the parent and child care in the state, Arizona becomes the home state for purposes of child custody jurisdiction. This relocation is important, especially if the question of modifying a child […]

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Written by on March 27, 2021

How Does Domestic Abuse Affect Child Custody

Divorce and child custody fights can happen in a variety of relationship types. Sometimes the relationship can be decent, but people need to go their separate ways. Other times, the couple splitting up might be less amicable. Specifically, there could be abuse, whether violent or otherwise. Also, the presence of domestic abuse complicates divorce and […]

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Written by on March 24, 2021