A. Before it conducts a proceeding concerning legal decision-making or parenting time, including a proceeding to determine the legal decision-making or visitation of a nonparent, a court in this state first must confirm its authority to do so to the exclusion of any other state, Indian tribe or foreign nation by complying with the uniform child custody jurisdiction and enforcement act, the parental kidnapping prevention act and any applicable international law concerning the wrongful abduction or removal of children.
B. The following persons may request legal decision-making or parenting time under the following circumstances:
For more information on Child Custody in Arizona click to review the following Articles and Resources:
Resource: Arizona State Legislature