The children of divorce, and the parents who look after them, deserve the financial support owed to them under Arizona law.
The state sets child support guidelines based on incomes of both parents, the cost of health insurance, parenting time, childcare expenses and education costs. If the child is 12 or older, a judge could order support increased by 10 percent, according to the state’s guidelines.
When Can Child Support Be Modified?
Has there been enough change to one parent’s earnings that you believe could result in a child support modification? Either parent can request a change in child support if they believe circumstances should warrant a judge’s consideration.
A parent who owes child support under a court determination must continue to do so until a child turns 18, in most cases.
Arizona guidelines are reviewed every 4 years. For the latest information, contact our experienced lawyer for easy-to-understand information about your case.
Receive The Financial Support Your Child Deserves.
Call us at 480.947.5595 for a free initial consultation. Steven E. Sufrin, Attorney at Law, will spend the necessary time to fully understand your case and determine your legal options.
We are passionate about family law issues that impact the lives of children. We will help you fight for what is best for your child.
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