Child was due 10/13/21, status post viability. Respondent should be held accountable in accordance to Arizona revised statutes child neglect. Respondent chaining to have aborted child legally via services rendered out of state on bases of roe v Wade. This is a direct complaint and the plaintiff is... Read more »
An individual cannot force the State to pursue child neglect charges and is highly unlikely to expend scarce resources to investigate those charges where an individual underwent a medical procedure which was legal in the state in which it was performed.
I agree with what Mr. Branum, but I add that a DNA test only provides a presumption of paternity in Arizona. If your ex-husband was married to you within 10 months of conception, then he too has a presumption of paternity. The Court must choose between the two of them who will be the legal father....Read more »
I have an OOP in place against my daughters father for me and my daughter (3yrs old). It was granted due to him attempting to rape me (with daughter present, 1yr old at the time), sexually assaulting me and sexually harassing me on various occasions as well as drug use while my daughter was in his... Read more »
That certainly is a case for full custody. If he's on drugs and tests positive, then it's an easy. A case involving sexual misconduct is sadly much more difficult because the evidence usually isn't as clear. I would recommend consulting with an attorney and discussing your evidence...Read more »
I work odd hours. Unable to take my children to school and watch her at nite. Ex husband wants full custody. I agree for child to live with him. Do I give up my rights? Divorced in MN and ex and I are living in AZ. AZ is joint state
You should move the case here. You need to register your MN order here (you'll need two certified copies from Minnesota, and complete the other requirements for registering). Then you and your ex-husband can fill out a new Parenting Plan, both sign it and have it notarized and submit it to the...Read more »
My now then ex an I have been back together for 2.5 years. Our court date was October 2018. Child support was stopped July of 2019. But there’s still a parenting plan in place. We don’t use it, we have been living together for almost 2 years now. We would love for the parenting plan to end. As... Read more »
The court will have to approve any parenting plan you file. There may not be a form for a stipulated modification of legal decision-making and parenting time. The court will also have to approve any stipulated modification of child support. I suggest you contact an experienced family law attorney...Read more »
Hello! My ex and I have joint custody of our almost 8 year old. We live 3 hours apart. Previously, it was set to where we would switch off every week. School started and he went to school there and was with me breaks and weekends. However, I’ve been informed his dad’s girlfriend is verbally and... Read more »
His lawyer's arguments are, in my view, weak. The issue in parenting time case is what is in the best interests of the child. Certainly, that includes the fitness of the parents. Verbal and mental abuse is a fitness concern. The fact you got divorced and your...Read more »
We went to court Oct 2018. We reconciled in March 2019, and we’ve been together ever since. We now live together. Child support was ended 2 years ago. We just want there to be no custody order in place, as it was a stressful and hard time for the both of us. And we’re willing to ask the judge... Read more »
Yes. You can file a Joint Petition to Terminate Parenting Plan and explain what you've explained here. That the two of you have reconciled and are living together, so there is no longer a need for a Parenting Plan.
My sons father filed for custody 8 months after I left because of the abusive nature he acted around and to me and my son. He said he didn't want pictures or videos or to hear anything about my son. Then he filed for full custody after almost a year. As of now I have full custody because the... Read more »
I do not know the status of your matter (whether there are any prior orders or whether you are starting a new case) and I am not able to give you legal advice without knowing more information, but whether you have an ongoing case or not, you will want to gather as much evidence as possible and then...Read more »
I was present at hearing they were not they didn’t file either but was present at mediation where judge told us date and time of hearing. Respondent claims they never received any emails or letters about our case and it’s also listed on the court website. Now respondent wants to take me back to... Read more »
The Respondent has the right to ask the Court to excuse their absence or set aside the orders. Respondent will also have a chance to appeal. Though not impossible for the Respondent to win, they are very difficult to win.
Once the Court issues the orders, the orders cannot be modified for...Read more »
It really depends on where you are in the case. If no orders have ever been made, I would file a Petition to Establish Paternity, Legal Decision-making, Parenting Time, and Child Support, as you need to file a Petition to start a case.
Then it's a matter of filling out a Parenting...Read more »
The standard for abandonment in Arizona is found in ARS 8-531(1), which reads: ""Abandonment" means the failure of a parent to provide reasonable support and to maintain regular contact with the child, including providing normal supervision. Abandonment includes...Read more »
The standard for filing for an emergency is whether the child is likely to face irreparable harm if the orders are not changed. If she's medically incapacitated and the child is in her care, then that could be grounds for an emergency. If the child is in your care, your grounds for emergency...Read more »
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