- The child's age and preference;
- The child's health, both mental and physical;
- The parents' health, both mental and physical;
- Lifestyle of the parents, including any history of abuse;
- Emotional relationship with the child and ability to parent effectively;
- Ability for the parent to provide necessities, such as food, shelter, and medical care;
- The lifestyle and patterns the child is used to, such as activities, schools, and churches;
- The parent's ability to communicate effectively with the other parent.
There are a lot of considerations when it comes to Arizona divorce, and it's important that you understand your rights during the difficult custody and visitation process. Contact a compassionate Phoenix divorce lawyer today at 1-888-929-5292, and also request a free copy of our book, Arizona Family Law - How to Handle Tough Issues in Tough Times. We are devoted to helping our clients get the best results.