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Grandparents' Rights

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Grandparents’ Rights– Visitation

Arizona Revised Statutes 25-409 C-H talks about grandparents visitation rights – where a court has granted the grandparents the right to visitation time with their minor grandchildren. More »


Grandparents’ Rights or Third Party Rights – Legal Decision Making

Arizona Revised Statutes 25-409 talk about third party custody rights regarding minors – where someone other than the legal parent may petition the superior court for the legal decision making authority or the placement of a child. More »


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 All Legal Services programs in Arizona differ, and their criteria for accepting cases vary as well. Find out what programs are available and where to go for asssistance. More »


Questions

Question: where can I get petition forms to fill out and submit to the court so I can file for vistation.
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Question: I live in CA and my ex-daughter-in-law (living in Pima County)won't let me have any kind of relationship or communication with my grandchildren.My sons' divorce and custody was in Maricopa and custody was in Maricopa County.In which county do I file a petition in?I've already been given 2 different answers.Is this something that I can do myself, or will I need an attorney?Will my living in CA make a difference?I tried talking to a clerk and she must have been having a bad day, because she was actually quite rude.
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Question: can my grandmother take my phone if she doesn't pay for it.
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Question: I have been raising my grandsons for almost seven years and two weeks ago their mom took them out of my home and I'm now having very limited time to see them. I am lucky to get to see them one day a week She's not been there for financial assistance or anything else I have supported both boys since the older one turned six months old. He is seven and my other grandson is five. Do I have any rights to either joint custody or visiting rights at all?
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Question: My mother was served papers from the other Grandparent. I was never served since I don't live there anymore. The grandparent filed for grandparent rights and according to Family Court Case Information - Case History it says "DEFAULT/REGARDING PETITION FOR GRANDPARENT VISITATION". I was never served and just found out about it today. There were summons in May. What do I do now? I don't want it to go into default and her get what she wants.
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