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Question: How do I apply to the Superior Court for an Order of Temporary Custody of a Minor?
Answer: Your question leaves out some information that could prove important. For example, you don't identify your relationship to the child. That matters! As a biological or adoptive parent, you may possess rights that others (even grandparents) do not have - and the procedure for securing those rights would be different than for a non-parent. If you are currently involved in an active family law case you can petition for temporary custody or parenting time under Family Law Rule 47. Forms can be found at the Maricopa County Superior Court Self-Service Center online.
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