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Infographic enlightens about drug testing in Arizona Family Court

Added: (Tue Dec 11 2018)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Mesa, AZ, 10 December 2018 -- According to the National Council and Alcoholism and Drug Dependence addiction is a family disease. In this context, Modern Law recently published an infographic related to drug testing in Arizona Family Court.

The infographic presents valuable information and statistics regarding the span of drug addiction among the USA. For example, 40 to 60% of domestic violence incidents co-occur with substance abuse. Another interesting fact is that more than 6 million children live with a parent or adult with a substance use issue. Most of these children tend to use alcohol and drugs earlier. They also develop anxiety or depression in adolescence.

Suspected drug or alcohol abuse is an issue in a child custody case. However, sometimes, a parent can bring false accusations to gain the full parenting time and take undue advantage of the law. Learn more about the process thanks to this infographic.

The infographic also stresses to be prepared if you are ordered to take drug or alcohol testing. One bad result could mean a loss in parenting time and legal decision making.

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