The answer to both your questions is most likely yes. I would advise you to speak with a local family law attorney knowledgeable in emancipation to clarify the specifics of your situation, but, generally minors are considered emancipated once they marry and Arizona law requires recognition of...Read more »
If you have sole legal custody and Father has no parenting time, you may be able to move out of state. More information is needed but worth speaking to an Arizona Family law attorney. Most initial consultations are free.
The court hearing is up in window rock, and I live in Phoenix. I need to get my kids to school that day, and there isnt enough time for me to get there in time at 10 am, on top of the fact that I dont have a way to get there. I just found out a telephonic hearing was possible, but now there is... Read more »
The Clerk of Court cannot provide legal advice, but yours is more of a logistical question. They may be able to assist you without filing any paperwork. That is where I would start. Hopefully another attorney with experience with the tribal court will see your question and provide a more informed...Read more »
If you show up first thing Monday morning and tell them you are there to quash a warrant they should be able to assist you with getting that handled. Dress your best, be respectful and apologetic. Going to jail is a very remote possibility if you appear to be a responsible person who just missed a...Read more »
First stop: the Clerk of Court. Tell them what happened and ask them how you can petition the Court for another date. If this is the first time you have missed a court date and the judge did not enter a default judgment against you, it should not be a huge deal. I would make sure to apologize to...Read more »
My ex is no longer active duty due to medical issue & works on base as a civilian maintaining his military benefits & ID for both of our children age 14 & 15. Through him, our children have TriCare Insurance & their doctor is on base. I have court orders granting me full primary physical custody... Read more »
Is there any reason you could not get duplicate identification cards? I would go to where the ID cards are issued, explain that your ex-husband is infantile, and request they make duplicates to eliminate one source of your ex's tantrums.
If option A is not possible, you might ask the...Read more »
My boyfriends 4 year old sons mom died 2 years ago. My boyfriend is not on the birth certificate because she changed it with out his knowledge. I paid for a dna test and it is his baby. Now were stuck on how to get my boyfriend on the birth certificate without her. Again we live in arizona. Thank... Read more »
The process is called "adjudicating parenthood." If you are in Maricopa County, you may use the forms found at https://superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/media/2971/drp1z.pdf. If you are outside Maricopa County, you may be able to find similar forms on your county court website. You may also use the...Read more »
Likely not. You must be married to be guilty of spousal abandonment. The divorce would terminate the obligation to support the spouse. Additionally, the statute is focused on financially abandoning the spouse. In this instance it appears you are referring to the emotional support and assistance...Read more »
Father took me to court , court wants me to pay half of counseling for the two of them, father has never been in my sons life , courts told me I have to let my son speak to him twice a week , when he turns 18 in less then a month, do I have to force him to speak to him and go to counseling?
By law, you SHOULD be able to. But, I could envision a school or school district being worried about it and asking for more information. Some are more careful or restrictive than others. I would expect so especially if it was only signed by one parent. The school or district may then wonder if...Read more »
The short answer is yes. If he is an eminent danger to himself and others, you should contact law enforcement to have him transported for emergency commitment and evaluation. If more prolonged treatment is required, the facility will be able to assist with filing the Title 36 paperwork.
There are a couple of potential reasons how a date could have been set without you being properly served. The why is not relevant to the discussion. If you are aware of a court date, it is in your best interest to show up. You can argue that you have not been properly served but the court will have...Read more »
She has been in and out of CPS custody in Arizona 18 months, and a year or so in Oregon. There has been and is currently physical confrontations with her mother. She recently did a DNA test and found the man she called dad wasn't. She is afraid to return to Oregon because her "dad's" dad molested... Read more »
If she has been living with you six months, you may file in Arizona. If she has lived in Arizona less than six months, you would need to file in whatever state she last lived in for six consecutive months. If she has been back and forth repeatedly and not truly established a state of residence, you...Read more »
The answer is the same as it is for almost every single legal question ever asked in the history of the law: it depends. If you and your wife entered into a debt together; in the absence of a clause forgiving the debt upon the death of either party, you more than likely are responsible for the...Read more »
If he is residing in Puerto Rico, you are, unfortunately, out of luck. Puerto Rico's statute of limitations on collection of child support arrears is five years after the age of majority or emancipation. Since you and your brother both had to be alive in 1973 in order for your genetic donor (this...Read more »
Are there any Court Orders in place? IF SO, then Arizona does have a "relocation" statute which must be reviewed as compared to your situation. I would need to know more to determine whether such requires notice, etc.
If there are NO Court orders in place, then the relocation statute does...Read more »
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