It can be. In Arizona as in most states, the legal standard for setting up parental decision-making authority and parenting time is that these orders must be in the best interest of the children. When determining what is in the children's best interest, the courts can consider any factor relevant to the children's physical and emotional well-being.
When you're married to a member of the military, you have a number of advantages. Military housing can be less expensive, you get not just pay but also medical benefits and even commissary privileges, and you can earn retirement benefits in only 20 years. Those benefits can be divided in retirement.
There are special rules in Arizona if one parent wants to move away with a child. Generally, when both parents share legal decision-making authority and substantially the same parenting time, the moving parent is expected to give 45 days' notice before either:
If you or your spouse is in the military, you may have wondered whether your divorce will be more complicated than others. There are certainly differences to consider, but the same main issues need to be decided: