The State of Arizona considers some marriages valid and others invalid. An invalid marriage is one the state will not or may not recognize as a legal union.How do you know if your marriage is valid or invalid?
With life resuming a somewhat more normal course in Arizona, many separated and divorced parents have questions regarding how to co-parent at this stage of the COVID-19 pandemic. Without stay-at-home orders in place, children are back at school and seeing their friends.
Annulment is an often misunderstood legal concept. A civil annulment is wholly separate from a religious annulment. The church grants a religious annulment, and religious annulments have no bearing on civil legal status.
You should request a psychological evaluation in a child custody case if and when you suspect your spouse is suffering from an untreated mental health issue that could affect the overall health, safety, and well-being of your child or children.