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  • Family Law

    A parenting plan is a written plan that details how the most important decisions in a child’s life will be made, and lists a schedule of each parent’s time with the child, including holidays, vacation time, and the child’s birthday. It will become an order of the court after your separation or divorce. In short, […]

  • On January 1, 2013, Arizona’s revised “custody” statute became effective. In general, A.R.S. 25-403 was revised to replace the term “custody” with “decision making” and “parenting time.” Like many other family law attorneys, I wondered if and how these changes in terminology would impact the way attorneys advocated for their clients, if the courts would rule differently on legal decision making and parenting time, and, of course, if there would ultimately be an impact on my clients. What were the changes?