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) and 25-403(A) requiring consideration of parenting time in determining the child’s best interests?


Appellate Case:  2 CA-CV 2014-0107

Original Case:  D20073115

Jurisdiction:  Superior Court in Pinal County

Respondent:  Honorable Danelle B. Liwski, Judgee

Result:   VACATED AND REMANDED

Judge Espinosa authored the opinion of the Court, in which Presiding Judge Miller and Judge Howard concurred.

Decision Type:  OPINION

Opinion Filed:  4/3/2015


For more information, see the decision document at https://www.appeals2.az.gov/Decisions/CV20140107OPN.pdf

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