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A sus órdenes para cualquier asunto legal.
A.R.S. Sec. 25-401.
Definitions for Custody:

1. "Joint legal
decision-making" means
both parents share
decision-making and
neither parent's rights or
responsibilities are
superior except with
respect to specified
decisions as set forth by
the court or the parents in
the final judgment or
order.

2. "Legal decision-making"
means the legal right and
responsibility to make all
nonemergency legal
decisions for a child
including those regarding
education, health care,
religious training and
personal care decisions.
For the purposes of
interpreting or applying any
international treaty, federal
law, a uniform code or the
statutes of other
jurisdictions of the United
States, legal
decision-making means
legal custody.

3."Parenting time" means
the schedule of time
during which each parent
has access to a child at
specified times. Each
parent during their
scheduled parenting time
is responsible for
providing the child with
food, clothing and shelter
and may make routine
decisions concerning the
child's care.
A.R.S. Sec. 25-318.
Disposition of
property;
retroactivity; notice to
creditors;
assignment of debts;
contempt of court.

A.R.S. Sec. 25-320.
Child support; factors;
methods of payment;
additional enforcement
provisions.

A.R.S. Sec. 25-319.
Maintenance;
computation factors

A.R.S. Sec. 25-403.
Custody; best
interests of child.