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The issue of where the child would stay when his father visited should have been addressed so that it could be included in the Order. However, since it was not and the Order permits "...Unlimited parenting time..." for the father when he is in Arizona, I do not think that the Court would consider it unreasonable for the child to stay with his father at a hotel. The Court would not expect him to rent a house or have one available for the limited time that he would be in Arizona.
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The Order clearly states "... unlimited parenting time ..." and does not contain any language restricting or prohibiting anything. Therefore, any attempt you make to limit the father's time will give the father cause to file a Petition for Contempt and if the Judge finds you in Contempt of the Order, the Judge has discretion to give you jail time.