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Question: would the court allow the noncostodial parent to give up all parenting time

Answer:

From the limited information that is given it is hard to tell exactly what you are asking for but here are two places to go for additional information.

1. A.R.S. 8-531 through A.R.S. 8-544 provide the information for how a parent may terminate their rights to their child. Here is the link to the Arizona State Legislature webpage which has all the statutes avaliable

2. Things You Should Know about Custody and Parenting Time provides information about how a person may modify their current custody orders if you only wish to give up your parenting time for a limited time.

Keep in mind that if you are looking for legal advice on your specific situation, you can go to the article titled "Where to Find an Attorney for Specific Legal Advice" to begin your search for an attorney to assist you.

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