Nicaise v. Sundaram (2018)

In Nicaise v. Sundaram, the Arizona Court of Appeals held that while family courts can award legal decision-making based on decisions parents are likely to make, the court cannot make the decision for the parents … Read More

Lundy v. Lundy (2017)

In Lundy v. Lundy, the Arizona Court of Appeals reversed the family court’s attribution of income from a second job, for purposes of calculation of child support. After the parties’ divorce, Father filed a petition … Read More

Clark v. Clark (2016)

In Clark v. Clark, the Arizona Court of Appeals affirmed the family court’s decision to award attorney’s fees, pursuant to A.R.S. § 25-324, in a child support modification. A couple of years after the parties divorced, … Read More

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 … Read More

Smith v. Smith (2014)

In Smith v. Smith, the Arizona Court of Appeals vacated the family court’s ruling that a litigant was procedurally barred from seeking reimbursement of spousal maintenance payments made after the underlying maintenance award was voided. … Read More