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The rights of grandparents in Arizona

In Arizona, a grandparent may have the right to visitation if the parents’ marriage has been dissolved for three months or a parent has been missing for over three months. If the child’s parent has been reported missing or deceased, a grandparent may have visitation rights to the child. When a child is adopted, those Read More

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Grandparents and custody matters

Families in Arizona may benefit from learning more about the parental rights that may be afforded to other relatives in the state. If you are a grandparent, you and other family members may obtain visitation to the child, but they are rarely able to supersede the rights of the birth parents. There are several factors Read More

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Visitation rights after a divorce in Arizona

While one parent may have custody of a child after a divorce, the other parent is usually entitled to visitation rights. A judge may assign fixed or reasonable visitation to a parent, and courts generally believe it is in the best interests of children to have relationships with both parents. Ideally, a parent who does Read More

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