If you and your son have moved back to Arizona and you have separated from your wife, she may still be able to file for divorce or custody in the state where she is currently stationed, even if you are no longer living together. The specific laws and procedures for filing for divorce or custody may...View More
My husband wants to enlist in the military, but he doesn’t want to lose custody of his 2yr old daughter. Right now he and his ex haven’t settled any sort of custody agreement in court, it’s all been verbal agreements. We currently are her primary household, and have been for over a year now.... View More
You should consult with an attorney because that's a complicated question.
Arizona is generally a 50-50 state, and Arizona generally only goes away from 50-50 if there's some sort of safety concern with one of the parents or it's not logistically possible to do equal...View 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My ex is no longer active duty due to medical issue & works on base as a civilian maintaining his military benefits & ID for both of our children age 14 & 15.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... View 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...View More
I am currently under investigation it has been over 2 weeks now. I am scheduled to redeploy to the states in 3 weeks, would this make me stay in the desert. Also what are the punishments for this matter? It is my first offense, and all of my records are immaculate. What could I do at this point to... View More
There aren't a lot of lawyers on the Arizona section of this site answering military law questions. You can try posting in another jurisdiction and/or use the Find a Lawyer tool to look for lawyers.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement...View More
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