Decree Of Legal Separation For Non Covenant Marriage With Children {DRLSC81f} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Arizona

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Decree Of Legal Separation For Non Covenant Marriage With Children {DRLSC81f}

This is a Arizona form that can be used for Family Law within Local County, Maricopa, Superior Court.

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(if applicable) This case has come before this Court for a final Decree of Legal Separation. The Court has taken alltestimony needed to enter a Decree, or the Court has determined testimony is not needed to enter theDecree. This Court has jurisdiction over the parties under the law and the provisions of this Decree are fair andreasonable under the circumstances, and are in the best interests of the minor child(ren) as to legal decision-making (legal custody), parenting time and support. This Court has jurisdiction under A.R.S. 247 25-1031 over the children in this matter. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 1 of 16 DRLSC81f ALL RIGHTS RESERVED American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. Same information for additional children listed on attached page made part of this document by reference. At the time this action was filed, one of the parties lived in Arizona, or had lived in Arizona while a member of the United States Armed Forces. The provisions relating to the Conciliation Court either do not apply or have been met. This is not a covenant marriage. The marriage is irretrievably broken or the parties desire to live separate and apart. Neither party has objected to a decree of legal separation. Where it has the legal power and where applicable to the facts of this case, this Court has considered, approved, and made Orders relating to issues of legal authority to make decisions concerning the minor child(ren), the child(ren)222s primary residence, parenting time, child support, spousal maintenance (alimony), and the division of property and/or debt. The parties did acquire any community property or debt during the marriage, There an agreement as to division of community property and debt; all community property and debt is divided pursuant to this Decree There is agreement as to division of community property and debt, but all community property and debt is divided pursuant to this Decree. The parties did acquire any separate property or debt during the marriage, There an agreement as to division of separate property and debt; all separate property and debt is divided pursuant to this Decree There is agreement as to division of separate property and debt, but all separate property and debt is divided pursuant to this Decree. Party A is pregnant, Party A pregnant, and Party B OR a parent of the child. Party B is pregnant, 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 2 of 16 DRLSC81f ALL RIGHTS RESERVED American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. Party B pregnant, and Party A OR a parent of the child. Party A and Party B are the parents of these children born to the parties before the marriage: Name(s) Date(s) of Birth Party A Party B lacks enough property, including property given to him or her as part of this separation, toprovide for his or her reasonable needs, andis unable to support himself or herself through an appropriate job, orhe 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, orlacks earning ability necessary to support himself or herself, ormade a significant financial or other contribution to the education, training, vocational skills,career, or earning ability of the other spouse; or had a marriage that lasted a long time and isof an age that may severely limit the possibility of getting a job to be self-sufficient, orhas significantly reduced that spouse222s income or career opportunities for the benefit of theother spouse. Party A has attended the Parent Information Program class as evidenced by the 223Certificate of Completion224 in the Court file. Party A has not attended the Parent Information Program class and any requested relief to enforce or modify this decree until Party A has completed the class. Party B has attended the Parent Information Program class as evidenced by the 223Certificate of Completion224 in the Court file. Party B has attended the Parent Information Program class and any requested relief to enforce or modify this decree until Party B has completed the class. The Court finds that Party A and Party B owe a duty to support the child(ren) listed above. The required financial factors and any discretionary adjustment pursuant to the Arizona Child Support Guidelines are as set forth in the Parent222s Worksheet for Child Support are attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 3 of 16 DRLSC81f ALL RIGHTS RESERVED American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. as the primary residence is in the best interest of the child. as the primary residence is in the best interest of the child. Other Adjustments. (If any adjustments to Parenting Time are made, the Court must make written findings.) . (Check/complete only if legal decision-making authority (legal custody) is contested or joint legal decision-making authority (joint legal custody) is ordered.) Party A and Party B will share the legal parental duty of making decisions about health, education, religion and general welfare of the child(ren). Party A Party B is individually responsible for the legal parental duty of making decisions about health, education, religion and general welfare of the child(ren). The legal decision-making (legal custody) order or agreement is in the best interests of the minor child(ren) for the following reasons: (List the reasons.) (Check and complete only if supervised parenting time or no parenting time is ordered.) between the minor children and Party A Party B, , (Explain the reasons) If the Court enters an order for joint legal decision-making (joint legal custody) for the minor child(ren), check box and explain. Domestic violence has not occurred during this marriage, Domestic violence occurred, but 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 4 of 16 DRLSC81f ALL RIGHTS RESERVED American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. it was (committed by both parties), (see A.R.S. 247 25-43.03(D). it is otherwise still in the to grant joint or sole legal decision-making (joint or sole legal custody) to a party who has committed domestic violence because: has been convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or was convicted of any drug offense within 12 months of filing the request for legal decision-making (legal custody). has been convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or was convicted of any drug offense within 12 months of filing the request for legal decision- making (legal custody). The legal decision-making (legal custody) and/or parenting time arrangement ordered by this Court appropriately protects the minor child(ren). All obligations ordered to be paid by the parties in Temporary Orders dated (fill in dates of ALL temporary orders here) are satisfied in full OR Judgment is awarded against the party with the obligation up to the amount due and owing as of the date of this Decree, with the highest legal interest allowed by law, for the total amount of . A child who is common to the parties is expected to be born this date: . The orders below as to legal decision making (legal custody), parenting time, child support, and medical insurance/expenses do include this child; the Court reserves jurisdiction to address these issues regarding this child when the child is born. 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 5 of 16 DRLSC81f ALL RIGHTS RESERVED American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. before: (List full name of as appears on his/her Social Security card or other government issued official document and as should appear on the children222s birth certificate(s)) (Optional) (optional) 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 6 of 16 DRLSC81f ALL RIGHTS RESERVED American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. (if applicable): subject to parenting time above; 251 Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County Page 7 of 16 DRLSC81f 0 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Case No. The parties will have joint legal decision-making for the minor children, pursuant to A.R.S. 247 25-

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