Year: 2015

Law Revises Complaints Process Against Appointed Psychologists

The changes made by SB1439 go into effect for all complaints against psychologists submitted on or after today. According to the new law, family court judges will no longer be allowed to shield psychologists appointed in cases from complaints.  Instead, the new law allows parties to file complaints directly with the Board of Psychologist Examiners.… Read more Law Revises Complaints Process Against Appointed Psychologists

BAKER v. MEYER

Summary: In a dispute between divorced parents over their child attending an out-of-state boarding school, did the trial court err in applying factors addressing a child’s placement at a local school when the mother objected to the out-of-state placement on grounds it would greatly reduce her parenting time, and in light of A.R.S §§ 25-103(B)(1)… Read more BAKER v. MEYER