Visitation

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Question: How do I apply to change my visitation rights to see my children? I am court ordered to them on specific days but, I am not able to see them on those days. I want to know how to go about revising my visitation rights where do I start and how do I do it?

Answer:

A parent may request to change a court order establishing visitation (also known as “Parenting Time” in Arizona) by completing forms provided by the Superior Court concerning the modification of parenting time. The forms are filed with the Clerk of the Superior Court, and a filing fee is charged. 

 Because each county may use different forms, one must fill out the forms specific to their county. This link provides links to all of the Superior Courts in Arizona. Forms may be found online, or through a self service center at one of the court locations. Maricopa residents can use the this link to find the papers required to modify visitation. Title 25 of the Arizona Revised Statutes includes information on child custody, visitation, child support, and other topics related to Marital and Domestic Relations and may be used as an additional resource. 

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  • How do I apply to change my visitation rights to see my children? I am court ordered to them on specific days but, I am not able to see them on those days. I want to know how to go about revising my visitation rights where do I start and how do I do it?

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