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Testifying in Family Court

Both parties are expected to testify in family court if the case requires trial. In many cases, the parties are the only witnesses and their testimony significantly affects the outcome of the case. Though testifying …


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Evidence in Family Court

Our entire judicial system is founded on the presentation of competing evidence to prove or disprove a claim. It is especially critical to introduce strong evidence in family court cases, which are decided by judges …


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Murray v. Murray (2016)

In Murray v. Murray, the Arizona Court of Appeals held that the statutory requirements to modify parenting time and legal decision-making are invoked by a parent’s request to relocate with the child. The decision also …


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