Visitation and Parenting Time Modification Following an Arizona Divorce
An Arizona divorce will more than likely impact your kids the most. However, a divorce can be tough on both spouses. In many instances, one parent is left dealing with deep emotions resulting from limited visitation and parenting time.
You may request a parenting time modification
You have the right to make a request for a post-divorce modification concerning parenting time. If granted, the time you get to spend with your kids may increase significantly.
Petitioning for a parenting time modification
In order to have your parenting time modified, you must be able to demonstrate that there has been a significant and continuing change in your circumstances that would warrant a modification in your parenting time such as:
- A lack of exercising parenting time by your ex-spouse
- A request by your minor children
- Your spouse engaging in behavior that would prevent your ability to spend meaningful time with your children
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If you are considering a divorce or making a modification to your visitation and parenting time, contact one of our experienced Arizona family law attorneys at the law firm of Curry, Pearson & Wooten, PLC by calling 602-258-1000 or toll free at 1-888-9AZLAWCOM (888-929-5292).
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