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Written by attorney Kelly Mendoza | Jan 12, 2015

The Court-Appointed Adviser in Arizona custody matters: Do you need or even want one?

There is a dispute between you and your child’s other parent that has escalated to an initial or follow up case before the Judge. The Court has held an initial appearance and the Judge orders a Court-Appointed Advisor for the case. Why did this happen; what do you do now; what is the process?

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Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, Rule 10.

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