There is debt associated with the business (a business credit card and money we owe a business coach). I am no longer working on the business, having had to get a job since my estranged husband agreed to be the breadwinner while we got the business up and running. When he left, I had limited... View More
im kinship. i had my little brother from November 2022 till October 2023. My caseworker did not tell me that an investigation had started against nor is she talking to me or giving me any type of answers. Shes letting me get supervised visitation. does that mean im still on the case? or what do i... View More
Divorced for over 13 years. My cox internet account has been in my name only since 2000. You can add email address and when I married My wife added an email address on my account since 2002. We are now divorced and I can’t access her email account, but it can’t be transferred either. I... View More
Dcs removed kids from mom in Feb for drug use , she was told to stay away from druggie boyfriend in order to have contact with the kids , custody trial is 12/4 pretrial statement was sent 11/29 .video of her at boyfriends house came to light today 11/30 anything we can do to submit evidence for... View More
Yes, I would discuss it all involved ASAP and submit it to the Court as a Supplemental Exhibit ASAP as well. Be aware that the Court might reject it, but it's certainly worth a try. You will also want to review the Court's guidelines for how to submit video evidence.
Dcs removed children from parent but parent has not been interviewed or allowed to state facts before court was given the PPH report an children remain in dcs physical custody and stipulations for reunification have been given without the parent being allowed to defend themselves.
In Arizona, due process and civil rights are crucial elements in child custody cases involving the Department of Child Safety (DCS). If children are removed from a parent's care and the parent is not given an opportunity to present their side of the story before the court makes decisions, this...View More
The Court previously notified the parties that this case would be dismissed on November 12, 2023 without further notice unless specific action was taken prior to said date. No such action having occurred,
IT IS ORDERED dismissing this matter in its entirety... View More
Someone can assist a minor with completing a Petition for Emancipation, but the minor must be the one signing the Petition in the presence of a Notary. If a minor is not capable of completing a Petition for Emancipation, I would have serious concerns about their capacity to be found entitled to...View More
If you're in an Arizona divorce case involving spousal support and want to stop the proceedings, start by discussing your intention with your attorney. Review your attorney-client agreement for guidance on the termination process, and follow the specified procedures. Ensure open communication...View More
Going through a divorce and in a custody battle with my husband. He is a functioning alcoholic and weedhead. In our Temporary Custody Hearing last Wednesday, the father was cross examined by his attorney and she asked if he smoked or drank and he said no. When court ended, I found a post on her... View More
- MOTION TO REVIEW NEW EVIDENCE: The answer is probably no, but you can give it a try by filing a Motion for Reconsideration. You'll need to explain (1) why you don't produce this evidence at trial because the Court can't consider newly discovered evidence that could have been found...View More
We have been married for 10+ years. I experienced a significant amount of domestic abuse in the marriage and left the home 18 months ago. I left our 10 year old with his father as my husband ruined my credit and finances. My husband now makes twice as much as I do. He makes so much now that he has... View More
You can file a motion for temporary spousal maintenance and ask to receive spousal maintenance while the case is pending. You can also for temporary custody (or, more specifically, temporary legal decision-making and parenting time) and an interim award of attorney's fees.
Typically the attorney for the party seeking spousal support will take the lead on questioning because that spouse has the burden of proof. They generally have to introduce sufficient evidence showing they are entitled to support, typically by proving they suffer from some type of disability or...View More
I was divorced in GA. I live in Alabama and my ex has a residence in Tuscan, AZ. He has been cheating me of the correct alimony for several years. I am limited financially and would like to know if I woiuld need a lawyer. If not, how should I proceed. I do not mind paying something. I am on SSI, so... View More
You should retain a Georgia lawyer in or near the county where your divorce was granted to enforce the alimony provisions of the decree. That will be the lion's share of the legal work. If necessary, after that has been completed, you may have to retain an Arizona lawyer to register and...View More
I filed my papers about a month ago, and I found out through word of mouth that the other party files her response. However I have not received anything from them, their attorney, or the court. Will the case move forward even if I haven't received anything? Is there any action I can take if... View More
Yes, your case is moving forward even without them giving you a copy. You should reach out to the other party's attorney, inform them you didn't receive a copy, and make sure they have the right email address and mailing address for you. You also should double check the Court records to...View More
We had a hearing and despite my evidence that we are victims and father has a significant history of domestic violence and abuse, plus procedural errors like allowing another person to advise father (off camera) and speak during the hearing while on zoom, not allowing me time to present my case,... View More
Unfortunately my ex daughter in law makes it merely impossible for me to have the right to visit my granddaughter. There's other circumstances between her and my son going on but my concern is me not being able to see her more while they go back and forth with their visitation arrangements.
Did California issue a child support order? If so, it must be registered here for the custody case, in which support must be determined. An Arizona court cannot modify the California support order unless it's properly registered and in front of the Arizona court. For that reason, I don't...View More
It's unusual, but it's possible. Animal cruelty is one of the listed crimes under the domestic violence statute. It may depend on whether his actions meet the standards of animal cruelty (see ARS 13-2910) and whether those actions are significant enough to impact what should happen with...View More
I had residential custody and he had ldm and suddenly without consideration of his consider it d v past a judge grabted him custody of our minor even if he's probation for abuse of her and violating an oop, and with medical reports stating she is autistic and terrified of him and needed... View More
You probably need to get it tested. Then once you find out it is meth, you need to ask him to submit to a drug test. If it's positive, you could use that as a reason to get temporary emergency custody (i.e., legal decision-making and parenting time) over the children.
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