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Parental Rights Terminated for Failure to File Notice of Paternity Claim with Putative Fathers Registry

Child Custody

Biological father filed paternity establishment petition in California where both parents resided. His parental rights were terminated on statutory ground he failed to file notice of claim of paternity with Arizona putative fathers registry. Mother’s fraud and adoption agency misrepresentations were punished by award of sanctions. No due process violation with service by publication because […]

Arizona Mother Fraudulently Acknowledged Husband’s Paternity in Divorce Petition

Child Custody

Mother fraudulently acknowledged husband’s paternity in her Arizona petition for divorce. The husband was awarded joint custody, yet did not adopt the child and was not added to the birth certificate. Two years after divorcing, the former spouses were parties in Mr. Chao’ action to establish paternity. The Superior Court set aside that portion of […]

Why Arizona Marital Presumption of Paternity Law Only Applies to Men

Child Custody

Arizona marital presumption of paternity statute is gender-specific, applies only to men, and cannot be rewritten by the court to apply to women; there is no legal presumption favoring a female spouse who is neither biologically connected nor the adoptive parent in women’s same-sex marriage. Turner v. Hon. R.K. Steiner/Oakley Temporary Child Custody Orders Are […]

Fraud Upon the AZ Court By Fraudulent Paternity Acknowledgment

Child Custody

Arizona fraudulent paternity acknowledgement case summary. Ernest Alvarado v. Hon. Peter A. Thompson, Nicholas Murrietta, Vanessa Raquel Trujillo, Yvette Alvarado The child’s mother and a man who was not the child’s biological father executed a fraudulent paternity acknowledgment. His intention was to get the child outside Arizona’s legal adoption process. This paternity acknowledgement was a […]