Decree Of Legal Separation-Divorce With Minor Children Form. This is a Arizona form and can be use in Coconino Local County.
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Person Filing: Mailing Address: City, State, Zip: Phone Number: Representing Self SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA, COUNTY OF COCONINO Petitioner: Case Number: DO DECREE OF: [ ] LEGAL SEPARATION [ ] DIVORCE WITH MINOR CHILDREN By Default or After Trial Respondent: THE COURT FINDS: This case has come before the court for a Decree. The court has taken all testimony needed to enter a final Decree. The court has jurisdiction over the parties under the law, and the provisions of the Decree are fair and reasonable under the circumstances. The Parties and the Marriage: The conciliation provisions have been met or do not apply. For a Decree of Legal Separation: The parties' non-covenant marriage is irretrievably broken, or at least one party desires to live separate and apart. At least one party lived in Arizona, or was stationed in Arizona while a member of the armed services, on the date the Petition was filed. Respondent does not object to a decree of legal separation. For a Decree of Divorce: The parties' non-covenant marriage is irretrievably broken. At least one party lived in Arizona for at least the 90 days before the date the Petition was filed. ATLAS Number: Page 1 of 9 Revised December 2010 Coconino County Law Library and Self-Help Center Forms American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Minor Children of the Marriage: Pregnancy: [ ] Yes [ ] No: Wife is pregnant. Baby is due on [ ] Yes [ ] No: Husband is believed to be the father. Minor Children: Arizona is the home state for the following children who are under 18 and are the parties' biological or adopted children: CHILD'S NAME: Birthdate: CHILD'S NAME: Birthdate: CHILD'S NAME: Birthdate: Parent Information Class: Leave the Parent Information Class section blank.  The parties have attended the Parent Information Class as evidenced by the Certificates of Completion in the court file, or attendance has been waived by the Court; OR [ ] Petitioner and/or [ ] Respondent has not completed the parent information class. Until completion of the class, the court may deny relief in favor of that party, hold that party in contempt of court, or impose any other sanction reasonable in the circumstances, including but not limited to enforcing or modifying this Decree.  THE COURT ORDERS: For a Decree of Legal Separation: The parties are legally separated. For a Decree of Divorce: The parties' marriage is dissolved. Child Custody:  Joint Custody: The parties are awarded joint custody of the children as set forth in the Joint Custody Agreement signed by the parties and filed with the Court. The Court adopts the terms of the Agreement. The Agreement has become part of the Decree and carries the same legal weight as the Decree. Sole Custody: [ ] Petitioner or [ ] Respondent is awarded sole legal custody and physical custody of the children.  Page 2 of 9 Revised December 2010 Coconino County Law Library and Self-Help Center Forms American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Parenting Time:  The Court Orders This Parenting Time Plan: The children will be in Father's care at these times: At the start of Father's time with the children, [ ] Mother will drop them off or [ ] Father will pick them up at this time: at this location: . The children will be in Mother's care at these times: At the start of Mother's time with the children, [ ] Father will drop them off or [ ] Mother will pick them up at this time: at this location: . While the parents understand the court may enforce this drop-off and pick-up schedule, they will be reasonably flexible about it. Other scheduling arrangements:  During summer months or school breaks longer than four days not listed in the holiday schedule below, the children will be in [ ] Mother's or [ ] Father's care.  Each parent is entitled to an annual -week vacation with the children. The parents will work out the details of the vacation at least days in advance.  Neither parent will travel with the children outside Arizona for longer than days without the prior written consent of the other parent or order of the court. The parents will inform each other of plans to travel out of the area with the children and of addresses and phone numbers where we and children can be reached during travel. Holidays: Even Years Mother Father                     Odd Years Mother Father                     New Year's Eve New Year's Day Spring Vacation Easter Passover 4th of July Halloween Veteran's Day Thanksgiving Hanukkah Page 3 of 9 Revised December 2010 Coconino County Law Library and Self-Help Center Forms American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Even Years Odd Years Mother Father Mother Father Christmas Eve     Christmas Day     Winter Break     Children's Birthdays      Mother will have the children on Mother's Day and Father will have the children on Father's Day.  Each parent will have the children on that parent's birthday.  On three-day weekends, which include Martin Luther King Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, and Columbus Day, the children will remain in the care of the parent who has them for the weekend. Holiday times will begin and end as follows: Phone access:  Each parent may contact the children by phone during the children's normal waking hours.  Other: Religion:  Each parent may take the children to a place of worship of that parent's choice while the children are in that parent's care.  The children may be instructed in the following faith:  Religious arrangements do not apply to this Plan. The parents may change the parenting plan by written agreement only, except in an emergency. Reviewing the plan: The parents will review this Plan every court for any necessary or desired changes. Other:  The Court Orders Supervised Parenting Time: Unsupervised parenting time would seriously endanger the children's physical, mental, moral, or emotional health because: months and ask the Parenting time may take place only in the presence of another person, named as follows: Other restrictions on parenting time: Page 4 of 9 Revised December 2010 Coconino County Law Library and Self-Help Center Forms American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com The cost of supervised parenting time, if any, will be paid [ ] by the parent being supervised or [ ] by the custodial parent or [ ] equally by both parties.  The Court Orders No Parenting Time: Even supervised parenting time