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Adoption nullified due to appeals process

An Arizona man retained his parental rights in a ruling by the Court of Appeals, nullifying an adoption by the foster parents. The decision, which was made by the three-judge panel in a 2-to-1 ruling, comes as a decisive reminder to everyone involved in custody proceedings.

Child custody and parent planning in Arizona

When parents divorce in Arizona, they will need to make decisions about where their children will live. The court must determine who will have legal and physical custody of the children, and in some cases a parenting plan must be drafted.

Grandparents find themselves raising their grandchildren

Arizona residents who raise their grandchildren are not alone. U.S. census figures from 2010 show that 4.9 million children are raised by their grandparents. Agencies and communities have come up with ways to help older citizens who are taking care of minors when circumstances no longer allow children to live with their parents.

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