There are times in life when we all struggle and sometimes there is struggle as you move through your custody case. In fact I found myself fretting for a few weeks about what to do in a recent case. I spent a lot of time struggling to find a solution for my client and overlooked one easy solution because I didn’t think it was possible. It turned out it was.
Back in August and September the parties had engaged in a full mediation session with a mediator who was court appointed. They both arrived at a full agreement and in Arizona these agreements, if signed by both parties are called Rule 69 agreements.
They are binding in the eyes of the court and it’s very difficult to get out of it. A week or two after they had signed this full agreement my client decided that he really didn’t want the agreement. I thought uh oh, it’s really going to be hard to get out of this agreement. I started searching for a ground...
Oftentimes, one parent's behavior interferes with the other parent's relationship with the kids. Some people go so far as to call this behavior "parental alienation."
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