What are the custody laws in Arizona?
Arizona law provides that in most cases a parent not granted custody of the child is entitled to reasonable parenting time rights to ensure that the child has frequent and continuing contact with that parent. As a part of its custody order, the court also will decide what amount of parenting time is appropriate.
Do I have to pay alimony in Arizona?
In terms of spousal maintenance duration, most court orders require alimony payments to last 30 to 50 percent of the marriage duration. A year-long marriage, for example, may result in spousal support lasting four months or so.
What makes a parent unfit in Arizona?
In general, an “unfit parent” is one who fails to properly provide for the child and to ensure their wellbeing. In Arizona, if you wish to prove that your ex-spouse is an unfit parent, you can request the family court to convene a child custody evaluation.
What are fathers rights in Arizona?
In Arizona, a father who is not married to his child’s mother has no legal right to the child until paternity has been established, either by agreement (affidavit between the parents) and a written agreement or a court order outlines the schedule and decision making ability of each parent.
At what age can a child decide which parent to live with in AZ?
The short answer: In Arizona is there is no “magic” age. The longer answer is that the child’s wishes are one of the factors the court must consider in determining custody (“legal decision making”) or parenting time, if the child is of suitable age and maturity pursuant to Arizona law.
How much is average child support in AZ?
Schedule of Basic Support Obligations
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