Allegations of Abuse Against Parents with Transgender Children in Arizona

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By Isabel Ranney  Imagine you are in the middle of a contentious divorce with your soon to be ex. You have one child in common—an eleven-year-old named Sam—who was born biologically male but has expressed a desire to wear dresses and be referred to using she/her pronouns. Sam’s preferences were a major factor in the […]

Almost 40 Years Later: Key Takeaways from the McMartin Preschool Trials

By Gregg Woodnick and Isabel Ranney As parents return to work, children across the nation are going back to school and back into the hands of caregivers, which creates an atmosphere ripe for abuse allegations (not to mention the continuous rise of QAnon). It is important for parents and caregivers to be reminded of the […]

6 years post-Obergefell: Same-sex parenting rights in Arizona

By Claudia D. Work and Isabel Ranney Originally Published September 24, 2021 on OUTvoices Phoenix. The path to the landmark ruling of Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) was a long and arduous one, filled with decades of small victories and crushing losses, many of which went unrecognized. When same-sex marriage was finally deemed constitutional by the […]

Who Represents Children in Arizona Court Proceedings?

By: Deandra Arena In Arizona, there are several types of legal counsel that may be appointed to represent children, each with a slightly different role or purpose in the proceeding. It’s important to be educated on what type of legal representation for the child is most appropriate in your case.  Arizona Law provides the following […]