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February 2015 Archives

Parent and child relocation issues in Arizona

A child custody order may seem like the end of the divorce process, but life changes can crop up unexpectedly at any point in the future. If your custody or visitation arrangements may be affected by such a change through the need to relocate, legal support may be important for ensuring that your needs are met without hindering your relationship with your child.

Controlling the cost of an Arizona divorce

Divorce can be an emotionally draining and tense event for many couples. Visceral reactions to financial decisions may cause a relatively easy divorce case to be delayed by weeks or months. This could cause the legal and other fees attendant to a divorce to skyrocket. This does not always have to be the case, however.

Child custody and virtual visitation in Arizona

As technology continues to revolutionize communication, more divorce cases across the country are taking into account "virtual visitation," or the use of Internet technology such as instant messaging and video chat, to facilitate contact between children and noncustodial parents beyond the scope of regular physical visitation. Arizona does not have a formal virtual visitation law, but Arizona courts are examining the issue of virtual visitation as it affects parenting time and how it may change the child custody landscape.

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