An interesting Arizona appellate decision in the case discussed in a previous blog post here, rejecting a court’s assignment of a treating therapist, and rejecting a gag order that limited parents’ discussions with the child.
Paul E. (“Father”) and Courtney F. (“Mother”) married in 2004 and thereafter had three children together, including L., born in 2007. Father and Mother divorced in 2010. The decree of dissolution gave the parties joint legal custody of the children, with final legal decision-making authority awarded to Father with respect to L.’s and one of the other children’s education, medical care, and dental care. Mother was awarded final legal decision-making authority with respect to the remaining child’s education, medical care, and dental care. The parties were awarded equal parenting time with respect to all three children…
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