At Becker Zarling Law we represent clients who need assistance with dissolution, paternity, adoption, child custody, child support, grandparents rights, and child custody and child support modification. We can help you with a variety of family law needs.
Arizona Courts courts strive to make shared parenting the goal in any final arrangement. Courts will no longer decide on physical custody and child visitation but will work to create essentially parenting time.
Rules and Quick Facts:
To obtain a divorce in Arizona, one or both of the parties must have maintained a domicile in Arizona for at least ninety (90) days prior to the filing of a Petition for Dissolution/Divorce. (Jurisdiction)
The Arizona legislature has passed a new law in 2013 that forbids judges from basing parent preference solely on the parent or child's gender.
Arizona prefers that the children spend significant time with both parents. (Parenting time)
"Custody" is better explained as "Decision Making."
Physical Placement is considered "Parenting Time."
When the well-being of your children is on the line, you can never be too careful about knowing and exercising their full legal rights in Court. Becker Zarling Law has the experience and knowledge to protect families in crisis and to work towards a fair resolution.
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