Ryan Michael Reppucci’s Guides

Ryan Michael Reppucci

Phoenix Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

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  1. What Can I Do In Arizona If Someone Is Violating The Terms Of A Parenting Agreement?

    Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 3 years ago.

    In Arizona, if a party to a valid parenting agreement ordered by the court or through a Rule 69 Agreement is, has, or continues to violate the terms of a parenting plan agreement, then the non breaching party may be entitled to intervention from the court. In particular, A.R.S. ...

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  2. In Arizona Custody Cases, Can The Court Interview My Children?

    Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 3 years ago.

    The short answer is yes depending upon the age and development of the child requested to be interviewed. Rule 12, Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, ("ARFLP"), states: [o]n motion of any party, or its own motion, the court may, in its discretion, conduct an in camera intervi...

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  3. Physical, Mental and Vocational Evaluations of Persons In Arizona Family Court Cases

    Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 3 years ago.

    Rule 63, Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, ("ARFLP") provides authorization, in certain situations, for the court to order that a party to a Family Court action submit to a physical, mental or vocational evaluation. Rule 63, expresses that, with regard to Arizona Family Law...

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  4. Applying for Temporary Orders In My Arizona Family Law Case

    Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 3 years ago.

    In Arizona, parties to many family law actions can file for temporary orders with the court. Because court calendar's are often over loaded, it can take several months for a final trial to take place. Therefore, temporary orders requests will allow the parties to an action some s...

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  5. Arizona Family Court’s; Custody Hearings Receive Priority

    Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 3 years ago.

    A.R.S. 25-407 states in relevant text: A. Custody proceedings shall receive priority in being set for hearing. B. The court may tax as costs the payment of necessary travel and other expenses incurred by any person whose presence at the hearin...

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  6. Early Resolution Conferences (ERC) v. Resolution Management Conference (RMC) in Arizona

    Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 3 years ago.

    An Early Resolution Conference (ERC) is generally scheduled when both parties are unrepresented. The ERC is conducted by a conference officer, and during the time set (usually up to 2 hours), the parties and the conference officer discuss which issues have been agreed and which a...

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  7. Spousal Maintenance In Arizona: Rehabilitative or Something More?

    Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 3 years ago.

    For some time now, there has been a debate in Arizona regarding the purpose of spousal maintenance. The positions are; 1) indefinite vs. 2) rehabilitative maintenance. There are several Arizona cases which speak directly to this issue, in my opinion, some are more useful than oth...

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  8. New Family Law Provision That Must Be Added To Joint Custody Parenting Plans In Arizona

    Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 3 years ago.

    Recent statutory changes now mandate that every joint custody parenting plan include specific notification required by A.R.S. ? 25-403.05. In full test, this statutory requirement states: A. Unless the court finds that there is no significant risk to the child and states its rea...

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  9. Child Support Basics In Arizona

    Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 3 years ago.

    Under Arizona law, Arizona's Child Support Guidelines define the factors and method for the calculation of child support. The Guidelines consideration the gross income of each of the parents and does not include the income of a new spouse. Generally, the Guidelines determine in...

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  10. Grandparent Rights In Arizona

    Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 3 years ago.

    The superior court may grant the great-grandparents of the child reasonable visitation rights on a finding that the great-grandparents would be entitled to such rights as a grandparent if the great-grandparents were grandparents of the child. In determining the child's best inte...

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