Q: I filed a motion for reconsideration today based on ARS 95a and ARS 83b after being ordered to pay 2k for TI at RMC
RMC was a circus. BIA and TI not present. Father making wild allegations with no evidence. Judge had tech issues and could not access electronic records to review our motions. Court made orders based on hearsay and wording on order says “MOTHER shall provide requested paperwork to TI and payment for services by 7-21-23. Visits to begin 7-24-23. I filed a motion to reconsider based on 95a (hearing on income to afford it) and 83b because the exhibits presented showed Mother filed intake paperwork back on May 1st and only issue is payment. Mother is on SS disability and found indigent on a FEE WAIVER for the court. Plus order is vague and makes it sound like mother is the only one that needs to pay and holding up services for visits with dad. Court mentioned in another order both parents pay 50% of the 4K fees unless Office of public defense can help pay the costs. Im asking the court vacate orders from RMC, request office of public defense pay what they can and 50% of the rest is parents
I'm not sure what your question is, but I certainly wish you well on the Motion to Reconsider, as the judge should consider your ability to pay for services. I hope the public defense office can foot most of the bill.
As an aside and just as an FYI: Hearsay is permitted in family court proceedings.
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