Typically the custody elevator will write up a subjective report based on her interactions with all of the parties, and the parents' relationship with the child. It always depends on the particular custody elevator, but if you're a good parent and have a good relationship with your ex and child, you have nothing to worry about.
This post is general information about divorce and family law in Arizona, and is not legal advice. Divorce is a complex process, and taking legal action without the one-on-one professional advice of a lawyer can produce unexpected results.
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