Assuming CA relinquishes jurisdiction and AZ then possesses the ability to modify the order, there is now a presumption for joint custody in arizona absent evidence to the contrary. See A.R.S. 25-103. Examples of items that would rebut a finding of joint custody are domestic violence, substance abuse, child abuse/neglect, mental concerns, etc. This is not meant to be an exaustive list, but provide you a bit of insight as to the items I am sure her lawyer will attack in attempt to rebut the...
I practice mainly in Maricopa County. However, I would suggest visitng the law library of the Superior Court of your county and ask for a Subpoena form. In Maricopa County there is also a $26.00 Subpoena issuing fee. If you have more questions or need help with preparation feel free to contact me.
You could seek to set aside the judgment based upon your prior condition. However, it may not be that simple so I would suggest that you meet with a domestic relations attorney to speak at more length about the specifics.
This question cannot be answered with any certainty since often lawyers fees vary based on experience, fee type, and services contracted for. If interested please contact me direct to discuss specifics of your matter to better estimate costs if you were to retain services of our firm.
If you want to quash the OP, you should first request a hearing. It will be up the filing party to demonstrate by a preponderance of the evidence that you have committed the actions alleged. OP's are generally freely given initial, but much harder to sustain at an evidentiary hearing. Bottom line, if the filing party cannot but forth evidence aside from their testimony demonstrating the alleged conduct, then the OP should be quashed.
From what you have written, the judge does possess the power to order has he/she did. However, if you are not happy with the decision you can of course file a motion to reconsider pursuant to Rule 45, Arizona Rules of Famiy Law Procedure. However, you must keep in mind that filing of the motion to reconsider will not extend the time for appeal. I would suggest that you contact an experienced family law attorney to discuss the details further and/or assist you in drafting the reconsideration motion,
Under specific limited circumstances yes. However, generally Arizona could only retain jurisdiction to enforce the Oregon child support order against you. Please contact me direct to discuss whether your situation qualifies for modification in Arizona under limited circumstance.