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Monthly Archives: December 2016

Husband’s Petition to Enforce Property Division in Arizona Divorce Not Time Barred

Property Division

Former spouse’s petition to enforce the property division in the divorce decree was not time-barred by statute of limitations under ARS § 12-1551 in this Arizona case summary. Lauren M. Jensen v. Peter D.J. Beirne Division of Community Property in Arizona Divorce The court entered the parties’ divorce decree in June 2005. As part of […]

Sending Child to Out-of-State Boarding School Impacted Mother’s Parenting Time

Child Custody

Father’s desire to send high school age child to out-of-state boarding school would substantially reduce mother’s parenting time per parenting agreement incorporated in their divorce decree, requiring best interest analysis of statutory factors in Arizona case summary. Deborah C. Baker v. Matthew M. Meyer The parties were married in 1995 and had three children together […]

Modified Child Custody Order Violated Parent’s Due Process Rights

Child Custody

In this child custody case, a modified custody order violated due process by exceeding the scope of hearing on father’s motion to end mother’s supervised parenting time; custody order vacated and matter remanded in Arizona case summary. If you’re experiencing a similar situation, call an experienced due process violation attorney in Arizona. Do you need […]

Husband Filed Notice of Appeal Before Final Arizona Divorce Decree

Arizona Divorce

Husband’s notice of appeal from divorce decree was premature, filed before the trial court resolved parenting time, legal decision-making, and attorney fee award in Arizona case summary. Kristin Camasura v. Brendan Antonio Camasura In this Arizona divorce action, the wife filed her petition for dissolution of marriage with children in October 2012. The spouses had […]