When you are going through a divorce and a child custody battle, a great number of factors must be considered. In the state of Arizona, as in most other states, the primary basis for determining the type of child custody that will be granted is what is believed the be in the best interests of the child.
However, when your spouse decides that he or she would like to relocate mid-way through the divorce proceedings, you may be confused about how the courts will rule. It is likely that you will be concerned that the courts will grant the other spouse full custody because he or she has been the primary caregiver in the past. Here are the things to consider in such a situation.