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A Proven Lawyer For Multistate Jurisdiction

Trusted Help For Multistate Jurisdiction Family Law Cases

At Centuori & Associates, PC, we help clients in the Tucson area with their family law cases across the country. Our founding attorney, Steve Centuori, has over 15 years of family law experience and has helped clients in Arizona get the best possible outcome for their cases that cross state lines. If you want to resolve a divorce, child custody dispute or other multistate family law problem, call us at 520-314-6526.

Filing For Divorce And Moving

Some separated spouses may decide to leave their home state before filing for divorce. Moving across state lines can present a divorce challenge because nearly all states require a potential divorcée to have lived in the state for a certain amount of time. To file for divorce in Arizona, a person must live in the state for at least 90 days.

If you have recently moved to Arizona, our attorneys can help you file for divorce and guide you through the process. We also help Arizona residents with their divorce if their ex-spouse files for divorce outside the state.

Child Custody And Visitation Time Across State Lines

When parents separate, one parent may attempt to relocate to another state. This potential relocation can prevent a parent from sharing custody and getting fair parenting time. Our lawyers will fight to protect your parental rights and attempt to work things out without the expense of a courtroom dispute.

If you already have an interstate custody agreement, you may wish to get a modification so that you can spend more time with your child. We can review your options and give you a realistic idea of what you can expect from the custody modification process.

Talk To A Lawyer In An Initial Consultation

Multistate jurisdiction family law cases can be confusing and you may have questions. In your consultation, we will answer your questions and work to understand your case. Call us now at 520-314-6526 to set up your consultation. Alternatively, you can send us a message with our contact form.

Going on tour as a band is not easy. While on tour, exhausted band and members must move their lives from state to state nearly everyday. Thankfully, a band's tour has an end date and the musicians can go back to their normal lives. People who are trying to resolve a family law dispute across state lines may feel like they are on a never-ending tour.