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Question: Does grandparents have any rights to take my child from , also my sister that lives in alabama is going to try and take my child.
Answer: Parents are presumed to have legal custody of their children unless a court decides otherwise. Arizona Revised Statutes, section 25-401. A third party may petition the court for legal decision if they meet the criteria set forth in A.R.S section 25-409. If the child's grandparents or your sister believe you are unfit to care for a child, they could attempt to terminate your parental rights pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes, section 8-533 and ask the Court for custody of your child. If you have not been served with papers, they have not taken any action to change custody or terminate your rights.
Does grandparents have any rights to take my child from , also my sister that lives in alabama is going to try and take my child.
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