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How Does Summer Break Impact Child Custody?

How Does Summer Break Impact Child Custody?

Summer break is an exciting time for kids, full of potential for relaxation, exploration, and quality time with family. However, for divorced or separated parents, this period can introduce multiple complex issues related to child custody. From understanding Arizona’s child custody laws to navigating the potential impacts on child support payments, there’s a lot of information parents should know themselves to ensure their child’s best interests.

International Child Custody and Abduction

International Child Custody and Abduction

International child custody and abduction issues are complex and emotionally charged and require a deep understanding of both Arizona state law and international law. International child custody refers to cases where child custody matters cross international borders. This could involve situations where parents live in different countries; one parent wants to relocate internationally with the child, or instances of international child abduction.

Arizona Divorced Parents Disagree over Vaccine for Children

Arizona Divorced Parents Disagree over Vaccine for Children

Separated and divorced parents are struggling with issues concerning vaccinations, including how to handle child visitation with a parent who is unvaccinated and whether to agree to have their children vaccinated. The availability of the Covid vaccine under 5 has resulted in even more disagreements between parents who share custody but disagree about whether their children should be vaccinated.

Legal Separation vs Divorce vs Annulment

Legal Separation vs Divorce vs Annulment

There are three different ways to terminate a marriage in Arizona and the process for each is very similar, but the consequences are not, which is why a consultation with an experienced divorce lawyer is always recommended before you proceed. The three ways to end a marital community are Legal Separation, Divorce and Annulment. The same court has the authority to grant a legal separation, a divorce, or an annulment. If you’re considering a legal separation vs divorce or annulment you should get a consultation from an experienced divorce attorney. Call Colburn Hintze Maletta.

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