Daughters dad and I are in family court for custody parenting time and child support. I filed for temp orders and the judge issued them and has also ordered a court appointed advisor because my daughters dad has an extreme anger issues and has expressed them in front of the judge. Now my ex has filed for a change of judge because he doesn't like the orders the judge has issued. I don't want the judge changed. He will not get a change of judge will he?. .
Check with your family law attorney. There are certain timelines for filing a Notice or change of judge. Your family law attorney can explain them. Consult with one if you don't already have one retained.
The family law rules often times pull from other sets of rules. Rule 6 of the Arizona Rules of Family Law a procedure states that rule 42 (f) of the Arizona Rules of Civil procedure regarding a change of judge apply to family law cases. There are time constraints provided by the rule which you need to consider before you decide whether the change of judge can be done or not. Given the opposing party's tactics, I would recommend you consider having a consultation with an attorney regarding your case. My firm, as well as many others, offer a free 30 minute consultation which can prove to be extremely valuable for families trying to get ahead of these and other issues.
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