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How long should a hearing in Arizona take for non-parent enforced

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How long should a hearing in Arizona take for non-parent enforced parenting time? The judge ordered mediation despite we did mediation 2 months ago with no agreement. What is the estimated time that I should get a hearing.
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Thank you for your question. Typically, a hearing will take place 6-8 weeks after the date of filing. A month is reasonable. Due process is the right to notice and a chance to be heard--the responding party has to be given adequate time to formulate a response and prepare for the hearing. A month is reasonable and a bit shorter than what is typical.
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