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Q: My ex and I moved from Alaska to Mesa AZ we have two kids. It was a Dissolution, how do we get custody changed to AZ.

We get along great but want to get the child support changed due to the job changes? I make half of what I did in Alaska.

0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody and Child Support for Arizona on
Q: Can grandparents appeal a judgement removing all visitation of their grandson?

The judge refused to interview the 16 year old grandson. She stated that minors are not allowed to voice opinion. Then later in the procedure claimed he wasn’t interviewed because no one put in a motion for him to be interviewed. We were totally unaware of this possibility. We feel it is... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Constitutional Law for Arizona on
Q: In a court of justice in the United States of America, what is the definition of a mass shooting by law?

Is there a certain number of deaths that must have occurred as a result of the shooting? Does their intent matter for labelling it as a mass shooting? Is it a combination of people who are shot and/or killed or just shot/killed?

1 Answer | Asked in Child Support for Arizona on
Q: So if someone got arrested for code 25-681 in az the amount set is not a bond but what the person owes and won' t be ref
Stephen M Vincent
Stephen M Vincent answered on May 23, 2022

Your question cut off ...

But the amount set is not a bond; it is a purge. The Court will determine the amount of the purge, usually it's a portion of the total amount owed.

A person arrested under ARS 25-681 is being held under "civil contempt." The key with a civil...
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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Arizona on
Q: If a defense lawyer in a criminal case KNOWS that his/her client is high on drugs.

If client was high on illegal drugs during trial and when declining plea offer is the lawyer obligated to inform Judge or do something as client technically does not have the required mental capacity to assist in their own defense.

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Arizona on
Q: evicted tenant,paid writ and judgment satisfied,community mgr 55+ park will not remove the door knob lock off home

owner mobile home to enter inside home must ask permission from comm mgr for a specific time and date,to get 4 hours inside home,then the door knob locks are put back on.comm mgr holding owner own mobile home ransom....is this legal in arizona? need an answer please

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights for Arizona on
Q: I was advised by a judge to contact the dates attorney general regarding a major civil rights violation ABOS W/ an RO

I had filed a restraining order against my ex whom I was living with. I had video footage of the attack and I had asked for possession of the home in the order. The judge was reluctant to give me the order unless she was convinced I would enforce it if he violated the order. I assured her I would.... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for Arizona on
Q: Can the DA lie on motions filed with the court about the events that happened?

On a criminal case of homicide in Arizona the DA lied about what happened on a motion and there is video footage that is the opposite of what the DA says. Can he do this? Isn't he da supposed to only present the facts and not make up stuff or what he believes happened?

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts for Arizona on
Q: If the ROC has found that a contractor is guilty of breaching a contract are the arbitration Provisions still valid ?

They other violations included abandonment of the project.....damages to our home.....not providing a copy of the contract signed......not response to the investigation at all and then slammed with 2 more violations and the case went into default....a directive was ignored and then a citation was... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Support for Arizona on
Q: Question regaeding affidavit of financial information for child support case.

Am I required to provide my husband's income in the affidavit of financial information for child support? Will they count his income and reduce bio dad's child support obligation? Legally my husband is only responsible for our 4 children, bio dad should be responsible for our shared... Read more »

Stephen M Vincent
Stephen M Vincent answered on May 22, 2022

Yes, you are required to report it as part of the Affidavit of Financial Information. Under Rule 49(e) of the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, a party in a child support case must complete an AFI that conforms with Form 2 of Rule 97. That form, which is probably what you're filling out,... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Legal Malpractice and Small Claims for Arizona on
Q: I have a cosigner on my car i just got it in 3/2022 and she taken over my car do i still pay payments

The car is broken to and she keeps getting all the paperwork for it under there name to

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Arizona on
Q: I want to get my belongings back, especially my phone and gun, from evidence for being on self defense.

I spoke to the detective 2 months after the incident and have heard nothing since.

0 Answers | Asked in Car Accidents for Arizona on
Q: Can a deputy issue a citation through mail for a single vehicle accident with no witnesses?

Brake failure of both rear and front left. Posted speed limit : 30

Deputy issues citation through mail claiming failure to stop at a stop sign and "failure to control speed to avoid collision" and claims apx speed was 50mph. No witnesses, deputy was informed the brakes failed.... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Arizona on
Q: My wife and I are in the middle of a divorce. She has possession of my car that only my name is on the title. I want

the car back. Can I legally just go and get the car on my own?

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Arizona on
Q: I am doing a Quit Claim Deed in favor of my son. What do I file instead of an Affidavit of Value

To establish this is an exempt filing

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Arizona on
Q: I was left property from a family member (Father). and I only have a copy of the Will were is the original copy stored

Family member property is in Maryville Tennessee

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Arizona on
Q: In Arizona, can one spouse end "community property with rights of survivorship"?

Can one spouse file a Deed leaving their half of the property to someone else? Do both spouses have to sign the deed?

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Collections for Arizona on
Q: I received a summons from portfolio recovery associates yesterday. Who do I need to speak with for help.

I don't think I can afford to hire an attorney to represent me, but was looking to see what my options are in representing myself. Is there attorneys that help prepare and go over the legal paperwork before court date?

0 Answers | Asked in Arbitration / Mediation Law for Arizona on
Q: neighboor is blocking sharedrive where i conduct business

the building i rent to conduct my business has a sharedriveway, most of the share drive is in our property line, our neighbor insist in parking or blocking us from conducting business as he claims we are blocking the drive way he has a lot of stuff outside his working bays preventing him from... Read more »

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