In Arizona, if there is no parent who is willing and able to parent their children, then it may grounds and be proper to file a dependency petition and start a dependency proceeding in juvenile court depending on the facts of your situation. If a dependency petition is filed, then there is the possibility of getting financial assistance as well as services for the children through the State of Arizona and Child Protective Services (CPS). In order to fully assess your particular situation, I suggest that you contact an attorney in Arizona who specializes in juvenile law and is familiar with the process of dependency law and CPS to discuss your best course of action given your circumstances.
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