Arizona Child Support Laws
New Arizona Child Support Laws and Guidelines were adopted by the Arizona Supreme Court on June 1, 2011. These guidelines are designed to follow state statutes A.R.S §25-320 and federal regulations. The guidelines use the Income Shares Model which, in part, seeks to ensure that how child support is calculated is consistent and the amount provided for a child represents the amount of money that would have been spent on the child had the parents remained together.
Commonly-asked questions regarding Child Support in Arizona:
- Who gets Child Support in Arizona?
- How is Child Support Awarded in Arizona?
- How is Child Support Calculated in Arizona?
- How do I make Child Support Payments in Arizona?
- How does Child Support Enforcement work in Arizona?
- How do I collect Back Child Support in Arizona?
- How can I get a Child Support Modification?
- Can Child Support be Terminated in Arizona?
- Do I have to pay child support if I have joint custody?
- How does bankruptcy affect child support payments?