Decree Of Dissolution Of A Non-Covenant Marriage With Minor Children {DRDC81f} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Arizona

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Decree Of Dissolution Of A Non-Covenant Marriage With Minor Children {DRDC81f} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Arizona

Decree Of Dissolution Of A Non-Covenant Marriage With Minor Children {DRDC81f}

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Person Filing: (A) Address (if not protected): City, State, Zip Code: Telephone: Email Address: ATLAS Number: Lawyer's Bar Number: Representing Self, without a Lawyer or Attorney for Petitioner OR FOR CLERK'S USE ONLY Respondent SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA IN MARICOPA COUNTY Case Number: (B) Petitioner ATLAS Number: (if applicable) (B) Respondent DECREE OF DISSOLUTION OF A NONCOVENANT MARRIAGE WITH MINOR CHILDREN THE COURT FINDS: 1. This case has come before this court for a final Decree of Dissolution of Marriage. The court has taken all testimony needed to enter a Decree, or the court has determined testimony is not needed to enter the Decree. This court has jurisdiction over the parties under the law and the provisions of this Decree are fair and reasonable under the circumstances, and are in the best interests of the minor child(ren) as to physical custody, authority for legal decision making (legal custody), parenting time, and support. SERVICE BY PUBLICATION: If Respondent was served by publication and was not personally served, this court cannot make a legal order, with respect to issues of child support, medical and dental insurance, payments, expenses for the minor child(ren), community property or debt, or spousal maintenance/support. The court reserves jurisdiction until personal service is made upon Respondent to consider the maintenance/support of either spouse, the disposition of community property or debts, child support, and any other relief requested in the Petition or orders deemed necessary by the court. 2. 3. The Court finds that: a. b. c. d. 90 Day Requirement: At the time this action was filed, one or both parties had lived in, or been stationed in Arizona while a member of the United States Armed Forces, for more than 90 days. Conciliation provisions of A.R.S. §25-381.09 either do not apply or have been met. Irretrievably Broken: The marriage is irretrievably broken. This marriage is not a covenant marriage. Regarding Issues of Minor Children, Child Support and Spousal Maintenance, Division of Property and Debt: Where it has the legal power and where it is applicable to the facts of this case, this court has considered, approved, and made Orders relating to issues of legal decision making (legal custody), parenting time, child support, spousal maintenance (alimony), and the division of property and/or debts. DRDC81f-011013 Page 1 of 12 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com © Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DEC Case No. __________________ e. Community Property and Debt: The parties did not acquire any community property or debt during the marriage, OR There IS an agreement as to division of community property and debt; all community property and debt is divided pursuant to this Decree. There is NO agreement as to division of community property and debt, but all community property and debt is divided pursuant to this Decree. f. Pregnancy and Paternity: Wife is not pregnant, OR Wife is pregnant, and the husband IS OR IS NOT the father of the child. The husband is the father of these children born to the parties before the marriage: Name(s) Date(s) of Birth g. Spousal Maintenance/Support: The Wife, OR The Husband lacks enough property, including property given to him or her as part of this divorce, to provide for his or her reasonable needs, and is unable to support himself or herself through an appropriate job, or he or she is providing the primary care to a child(ren) of young age or is of a condition that they should not be required to look for work outside the home, or lacks earning ability necessary to support himself or herself, or contributed significantly to the educational opportunities of the other spouse, or had a marriage that lasted a long time and is of an age that may severely limit the possibility of getting a job to support himself or herself. Parent Information Program: 1. Mother has attended the Parent Information Program as evidenced by the "Certificate of Completion" in the court file. OR Mother has not attended the Parent Information Program and shall be denied any requested relief to enforce or modify this decree until Mother has completed the class. 2. Father has attended the Parent Information Program as evidenced by the "Certificate of Completion" in the court file. OR Father has not attended the Parent Information Program and shall be denied any requested relief to enforce or modify this decree until Father has completed the class. h. i. Deviation from Child Support: The court, having considered the best interests of the minor child(ren), deviates from the guidelines for the following reasons: Application of the guidelines is inappropriate Application of the guidelines is unjust The court makes the following finding regarding the deviation: The child support order would have been $ The child support order after deviation is $ j. Physical Custody Adjustment: Court Approved Discretionary Parenting Time Adjustment And/or other Adjustments: (The court must make written findings if any of these adjustments are made.) © Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DEC DRDC81f-011013 Page 2 of 12 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. __________________ k. Ability to Pay Child Support: The court finds that the person responsible for paying child support has the ability to pay child support: In the amount entered on Line 34 of the Worksheet for $ In an adjusted amount calculated using the self-support reserve on line 35 of the Worksheet for $ l. Legal Decision-Making Authority (Custody) for Minor Child(ren): (Check/complete only if legal decision-making authority (custody) is contested or joint legal decisionmaking (custody) is ordered.) The legal decision-making authority (custody) order or agreement is in the best interests of the minor child(ren) for the following reasons: (List the reasons.) REASONS: m. Supervised or No Parenting Time: (Check and complete if applicable.) (Check and complete only if supervised parenting time or no parenting time is ordered.) Supervised Parenting Time between the minor children and OR No Parenting Time by Mother OR Father, is in the best interests of the minor child(ren), for the following reasons: (Explain the reasons) REASONS: Mother OR Father, n. Domestic Violence: If the court enters an order for joint legal decision-making (custody) for the minor child(ren), check box "1" or box "2" and explain. 1. 2. Domestic violence has n

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