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Rideout Law Group can help with third party rights petitions.

Third-Party Rights (“Grandparents’ Rights”) in Arizona

Third-Party Rights in Arizona A.R.S. 25-409 addresses the rights of non-parents to petition for court-ordered legal decision-making in the state of Arizona. It outlines the circumstances under which individuals who are not the child’s legal parents can seek legal decision-making (custody) authority or visitation rights. Here’s an explanation of third-party rights as per A.R.S. 25-409: …

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Right to Release in a Jail

Arizona Criminal Rule 7.2 – Right to Release

Right to Release   This rule outlines the conditions under which a defendant can be released before and after conviction in criminal cases in Arizona, taking into account the severity of the charges, evidence, and the defendant’s behavior and characteristics. Before Conviction; Bailable Offenses (Section a): Defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Defendants charged …

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Children involved in legal decision-making.

Navigating Legal Decision-Making Issues in Arizona: How Rideout Law Group Can Assist You with A.R.S. 25-403

Navigating Legal Decision-Making Issues in Arizona: How Rideout Law Group Can Assist You with A.R.S. 25-403   Legal matters involving children are amongst the most sensitive and emotionally charged cases in family law. In the state of Arizona, legal decision-making (LDM), often referred to as child custody is determined according to the best interests of …

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