Tag : enforcement

Challenge to Obligor-Parent’s Statement of Arrears Not Time-Barred in Out-of-State Child Support Registration

Child Support

Child support obligee can contest obligor’s statement of zero child support arrears owed under Arizona Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (AUIFSA) despite failure to file her hearing request within 20 days after receiving notice of obligor’s registration in Arizona of an out-of-state child support order. Tiffany G. Taylor v. Thomas Pandola The Arizona Supreme Court […]

Joining Ex-Husband’s Current Wife in Divorce Property Settlement Enforcement Lawsuit

Arizona Divorce

In this lawsuit to enforce divorce property settlements, the trial court erred in denying petitioner’s third party motion to join ex-husband’s current wife; former husband’s contribution to community assets was an issue properly before the family court; findings of debtor’s contribution to community property should have been made with the current wife given opportunity to […]

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 […]

Mexico Court Had Child Custody Jurisdiction for Arizona Enforcement

Child Custody

UCCJEA child custody jurisdiction of foreign court (Mexico) in Arizona case summary. Mauricio Fernandez Margain V. Elsa Lourdes Ruiz-Bours In a Mexico divorce action, the child’s father was awarded definitive legal custody. During proceedings, mother absconded with the child to Tucson, Arizona. Father petitioned to enforce the foreign court’s order in the Superior Court in […]