What are the 29th Circuit Court Parenting Time Guidelines and how do they apply to my case?
The Friend of the Court office can provide a schedule for parents to follow when their order states that the noncustodial parent has "reasonable and liberal parenting time" without a set schedule. Parents who do not have an order in place are also encouraged to utilize the guidelines.

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1. How do I start a new divorce case?
2. How do I start a new custody or child support case?
3. What are the 29th Circuit Court Parenting Time Guidelines and how do they apply to my case?
4. How do I change an existing order?
5. What happens if a parent does not pay child support as ordered?
6. Can I deny parenting time if the other parent is not paying child support as ordered?
7. What if I am ordered to pay support based on my income from work, but I get laid off from my job?
8. What can I do if the other parent violates the custody or parenting time order?
9. Is there a specific age when my child can decide where he/she wants to live?