"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet," wrote Shakespeare in "Romeo and Juliet."
This is widely known as one of Shakespeare's most memorable lines. In it, the Bard seems to be saying that is easy to become too focused on words, when what really matters is the reality they point towards.
The possible preoccupation with words is certainly a phenomenon in divorce cases. In this two-part post, we will discuss how recent changes in Arizona law have replaced the word "custody" with terms that are intended to better reflect the many facets of parents' ongoing involvement with children after a divorce.