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

Mangan v. Mangan (2011)

In Mangan v. Mangan, the Arizona Court of Appeals held that the family court maintained jurisdiction to modify its initial child custody order even though the children relocated to another state with one of the … Read More