Past, present and potential future relationship between the parent and the child.
If the child is of suitable age and maturity.
The wishes of the child as to legal decision making and parenting time.
Whether there has been domestic violence or child abuse pursuant to A.R.S. §25-403.03.
The child’s adjustment to home, school and community.
These are just a few of the multiple factors that the Court now has to consider under the new statute for joint legal decision making. A Scottsdale divorce attorney can review the custody statute changes with you and explain how they might affect your individual case.
Metro Phoenix divorce attorney Craig J. Simon has decades of experience practicing Scottsdale family law, and has the knowledge and skills to provide you with expert aggressive representation in all matters of custody. As a Scottsdale divorce attorney, he has successfully represented hundreds of clients in custody battles across the Valley. If you would like to consult with a Phoenix divorce attorney on a matter of custody and the new Arizona Custody Statutes, trust in the law experts at Simon Law Group. For further information and a free consultation from our Scottsdale family law firm, please call our office at 480-745-2450 or contact us online