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Arizona statutes provide that Grandparents may be granted court ordered visitation
with their grandchildren in certain situations.  In order to qualify for the Court to
grant Grandparents' visitation, it has to be in the child's best interest and:

You are natural or adoptive grandparents or great grandparent or the child(ren),
AND,
You want to get a court order allowing you visitation with the child(ren), AND,
The child(ren) has/have resided (lived) in Arizona at least 6 months before you file
the petition or you talked to a lawyer who advised you that even so you could pursue
the case in Arizona AND one of the following is true:
The parents of child(ren) have been divorced for at least 3 months, OR
One parent has been dead or missing for at least 3 months, OR
The child(ren) were born out of wedlock
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