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Question: What does it mean if my parenting time is suspended? What are my rights? And what do I do to get my rights back
Answer: Parenting time (also sometimes called "access," "contact," "residential time," or "visitation") is a legal term referring to the opportunity for the child to spend time with the parent who does not have sole legal custody. This parent often is called the "noncustodial parent." http://azlawhelp.org/documents/Custody_and_Parenting_Time_Guide.pdf
The modification of parenting time is governed by A.R.S.25-411. Modification of legal decision-making or parenting time; affidavit; contents; military families. http://www.azleg.gov This is intended for informational purposes only, and shall not be considered legal advice. Please consult with an attorney if you need legal advice.
What does it mean if my parenting time is suspended? What are my rights? And what do I do to get my rights back
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