A. Oral Argument or Appearance on Any Motion or Other Proceeding. The court may, in its discretion, except as otherwise provided by A.R.S. § 25-1256(F), order or allow oral argument or appearance on any motion … Read More
A. Attorney of Record: Withdrawal and Substitution of Counsel 1. Attorney of Record: Duties of Counsel. No attorney shall appear in any action or file anything in any action without first appearing as counsel of … Read More
A. Appointment of Child’s Attorney, Best Interests Attorney, and Court-Appointed Advisor. 1. The court may appoint one or more of the following: a. a best interests attorney; b. a child’s attorney; or c. a court-appointed … Read More
The court may, in its discretion, exclude minor children from any proceeding if the presence of a minor child may not be in the child’s best interest or may be disruptive or distracting to the … Read More
A. General. On written motion of any party filed pursuant to Rule 35, or its own motion, the court may conduct an in camera interview with a minor child who is the subject of a legal … Read More
A. Presumptively Open Family Court Proceedings. Family court proceedings are presumptively open to the public; however, to promote amicable settlement of the issues, to protect the best interests of a minor child, or to protect … Read More
A. Sworn Written Verification. A sworn written verification is required for: (1) an acceptance or waiver of service under Rule 40(F), (2) a stipulation or agreement that substantially changes the terms of a custody or … Read More
Whenever under these rules an oath is required to be taken, a solemn affirmation may be accepted in lieu thereof.